Tendonitis (also known as tendinopathy) is a common and painful complaint that affects the tendons. It’s a broad-scope condition that presents symptoms such as inflammation, redness, heat and stiffness. It’s a complaint that commonly affects the shoulders, elbows, knees, wrists, hips and ankles.
We are in the midst of a heatwave. If you’re planning on heading out for a run or workout in the sun, you need to think about how you’ll recover when you come back. It’s not enough to look after yourself mid-session, we recover slower when it gets hot so here are five expert tips for recovering fully in the summer.
Our global community has become incredibly fragile. Between COVID-19, and the growing number of injustices againstpeople of coloracross the globe, the cracks in the foundation of human life have become too many to ignore.
When you're finally on a roll with your exercise routine or right in the middle of a carefully planned out training plan, sustaining any injury (even if it's minor) not only sidelines you from working out but can put a significant damper on your positive attitude, too.
It’s hard to think of a time when exercise and the culture that surrounds it wasn’t a part of everyday life. From ads boasting the fat-burning qualities of green coffee bean supplements to the rise in popularity of programs like P90X, fitness has become a staple in most countries around the world.
Let’s just jump right in and quickly address the elephant in the room... COVID-19.
It was only a few months ago when the thought of locking ourselves indoors for days at a time and saying farewell to hugs would have seemed ridiculous. But here we are… and boy oh boy are things ever different.
Times are strange... for all of us. Some long-standing/ neglected issues are seeing some light. Not enough, but some. In addition to the discussion around equal rights for all, we are still in the very early days of a worldwide pandemic.
My name is Emerson Murray, and I am a former professional basketball player and now a basketball and skills trainer. Recovery....something every athlete knows all too well. In my days as a division 1 basketball player as well as professional I learned what recovery really meant.
The glutes are one of the largest and most important muscles in your body. They are the primary stabilizers of the hip joint and the powerhouse muscle of the lower body. Having strong glutes isn't only for looks; they are very important. They play a crucial role in one's posture, performance, injury prevention and daily function
It's just how life works. You get hurt, but relief is not there when you need it? Whether it's a sprain or sore muscles from a workout, locating an ice or heat pack can be a challenge if you're not home...