In need of some fitspiration? Whether you’re looking for training and fitness tips or just need a little extra motivation to get your body ready for swimsuit season, Instagram is a wealth of fitness resources.
When one thinks of sports injuries, they generally think of a hard-hitting running back, a too-tall-for-his-own-good center or a rambunctious hockey defenseman. After all, injuries are just part of life for contact sports players. However, injuries can come with any sport, and that includes golf.
Think of your body like a car: it needs fuel to run. Filling your tank before exercising gives your body the energy it needs to perform at its best. To maximize performance and improve recovery time, it’s important to eat the right foods and hydrate well before you work out.
Dr. Moen specializes in the comprehensive care of the shoulder, with a focus on the arthroscopic, replacement, and reconstructive surgical treatment of shoulder disorders. Dr. Moen also has received specific training in the surgical and non-surgical care of athletic and sports injuries of the elbow.
The immune system is the body’s defense system against microorganisms that cause disease and illness. When you consider the amount of germs you are exposed to on a daily basis, it’s easy to see just how busy your immune system is. Occasionally, the immune system gets bogged down—it can’t keep up, and germs successfully invade the system, causing illness.
With significant advances in medical science, the number of deaths caused due to colon cancer has been declining over the past several decades. In fact, it is estimated there are 1 million plus survivors of this disease in the United States alone. And the best news is that colon cancer can be prevented! Colon cancer screening saves lives.
As a young adult, getting a good cardio workout may be just a matter of going for a fast jog or jumping rope. As we age, however, excessive pounding can take its toll on your joints causing pain and limiting your mobility. Workouts then become a source of dread rather than something you enjoy.
Knee replacement is in fact the most common joint replacement surgery with over 721,000 surgeries being performed in the US. The number of knee replacement surgeries have increased by over 161% between 1991 and 2010.
What better way to start the New Year than to give yourself a clean slate and kick start your plan for clean living and healthy eating in the coming year.
Sometimes the excess pounds stubbornly refuse to leave your frame no matter what you do. If traditional methods of losing weight such as diet and exercise have not been successful in giving you the desired results, perhaps it is time you consider bariatric surgery.