|Posted on 2 April, 2015 at 14:10||comments (1)|
I went to an indoor cycling class yesterday and after the class I overheard a class member ask the instructor why and what she should do about her quads fatiguing so quickly on a bike climb or sprint. This can be due to many reasons. It can be due to having over-fatigued legs from an activity the day before or day of the class. It can be due to one’s diet; having eaten something inflammatory (dairy, beer, or anything one might be sensitive to) or not eating enough (protein after t...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 1 April, 2015 at 0:00||comments (0)|
#TotalSpineTuesdays @DrBouharevich Millions of people suffer from Low Back Pain. The Medical approach focuses on addressing the anatomical problems of the low back. For best results, try a well rounded approach. Check out my website blog at www.JointCare.ca for some overlooked remedies for lower back pain relief.
Release your endorphins
Endorphins, hormones made naturally in the body. When endorphins are released in the body, they help block pain signals from register...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 30 March, 2015 at 13:00||comments (0)|
#MomentumMondays @DrBouharevich The hardest thing to do is shift from relaxed weekend mode back into focused, get-stuff-done work mode. It feels like jumping into cold water.
Start on the weekend. Many of us go to bed and wake up later on Friday and Saturday because we are not going to work. Because of this different pattern during the weekend, we find it difficult to wake-up on Monday morning. Maintain your wake-up time on Saturday and Sunday mornings, and you...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 2 July, 2014 at 16:30||comments (1)|
Finally, we are getting some nice weather here in Ontario! This means more people are getting out and becoming active. Whether you are active year-round and started to gear up the activity or have just started exercising again, you will want to take a moment and read the following Newsletter so that you can avoid injury this summer!
The beginning of summer, when many people become more active, is a time of the year when injuries are very p...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 29 May, 2014 at 7:15||comments (0)|
JointCare wants you to care for your body (i.e. joints, muscles, bones, ligaments, organs, etc.) just as much as we care for our teeth by going to the Dentist and our eyes by going to the Optometrist. It is understandable that with the current health paradigm being centrally medical, it makes it difficult and confusing to think of any natural options for health and wellness of our bodies. Let's be open to the science and facts we are overlooking. There are other, safer and less invasive solut...Read Full Post »