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Rock Climbing: Upper Body Injury Prevention

For many of us, our days are spent sitting in front of a computer screen. We all know that exercising is important, but many forms are repetitive and unstimulating. For these reasons and more, many people are getting into rock climbing. With its community-based environment and puzzle-like routes (called “problems”), climbing provides a workout disguised […]

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Gait Analysis: Good for What Ails Your Running

Running as a means of exercise is very popular: both for recreation and as a competitive sport. However, the statistics on running injuries are not good. Throughout the course of any year, 65-80% of runners sustain an injury. Some running injuries are so common you’ve probably heard of them: plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis, calf pain, […]

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Psoas Constructive Rest

Psoas constructive rest is a way of lengthening or stretching the psoas muscle. Lengthening this muscle can be helpful for several reasons. The psoas is a very important muscle in the body. It is a long muscle that is often overlooked during stretching routines because it exists mainly within our abdomen. It is the primary […]

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