Morning Folks! We’re back on the YouTube today offering some more help for those of you with neck and shoulder pain. This time we’re talking Mobility 101, how you can tackle the most common problem we see in people struggling with shoulder and neck pain. Enjoy and have an awesome day!
Morning Folks! We’re back at it on the Restore/Thrive YouTube Channel today. We received another user request, this one from my Dad. Today we’re taking on shoulder pain. Specifically, if you’re an overhead athlete, a desk-bound worker trying to stay active, a busy mom carrying your kids around, or just a dude who wants to lift heavy stuff but can’t get rid of that nagging ache in your shoulder, this one’s for you. Enjoy!
Morning, Folks! We just posted another video on the YouTube channel. This one comes from a reader request: how to deal with shin splint pain. There are several areas to consider in the lower leg in terms of mobility and strength that we go over in the video. Enjoy, and feel free to add your questions or requests for future content on the blog or the vlog in the comment section below!
Saving your knees, one video at a time.
Morning, Folks! Today on the Restore/Thrive YouTube Channel, we’ve got some tips for those of you who are dealing with pain in your knees. Specifically, the kind of creaky, stiff, hurts to squat, kills going down stairs, takes-an-Act-of-God-to-get-off-the-floor-type knee pain. That’s no way to live. Click here for some help.
Five minutes to a better morning
Morning, Folks! We’ve got a new video up on the Restore/Thrive YouTube Channel. This one is for you if you have a hard time getting going in the morning, stiff shoulders, hips, or backs. Try it on and have a great day!
Morning, Folks! We’ve got a new video up on the Restore/Thrive YouTube Channel. Today we’re getting after golfing fundamentals. Do you have the requisite mobility and stability to swing the club well, play your most consistent golf, and come out unharmed on the other side? Our quick screen and exercise recommendations will get you headed the right way.
Your warm-up and cool-down routines need an upgrade. It’s here.
Morning, Folks! We’ve got another video up on the Restore/Thrive YouTube Channel. This time, we’re tackling the concept of “stretching” and expanding your mind on what warming up and cooling down is all about. Enjoy!
Tackling your wrist & hand pain.
Morning, folks! We’ve posted our latest video discussing some do-it-yourself ways to deal with common aches and pains. Today we’re taking on your wrist and hand pain-something all of you blogging, texting, and scrolling jockeys know all about.
Apologies for the video quality. Technology!
Morning Folks! We’ve got another addition to the Restore/Thrive vlog up on our YouTube Channel. You can click here to check it out. This one is particularly useful for those of you who have chronically tight hamstrings or recurrent sciatic nerve pain.
Also, we wanted to encourage you to check out last weekend’s Research Update post if you haven’t already. More than anything, we want to spread the word regarding the exciting progress that is being made in the field of treating Alzheimer’s and related neurological diseases. So click on over here, and share with someone you love.
Evening, folks! After surviving another Tuesday throw-down of Daddy Daycare at the Cummings’ Family Fitness Center, complete with some backyard antics, the warm-weather has us eagerly anticipating the start of another baseball season.
Today’s video is one near and dear to my heart: are you ready to throw a baseball or softball without trashing your shoulder or elbow? Poor coaching and training led to the end of my baseball career before I was done with college. Out of the injuries I sustained on the diamond came my drive to help other avoid the same fate.
If you are a baseball or softball player, it will take you less than 5 minutes to look under the hood and see if you’re good to go. If you are the parent or friend of a baseball or softball player, please forward this link along to the player you care about. These tests can help them avoid a preventable injury.