Optimizing your conditioning work on the bike.
Morning Folks! We’ve got another video up on the Restore/Thrive YouTube Channel. This time we’re going after all you head-chasers and back-rounders on your bikes. The example we used today is on an Airdyne bike, but scales across the board-whether you’re Soul Cycling by candlelight, road biking, or conquering the trails, get your body and your mind right with our primer before you head out.
Morning folks! It’s Tuesday and that means more YouTube goodness. Click on over to the Restore/Thrive YouTube Channel to check out a quick primer on performance enhancement through a better warm-up.
The extra item for today could be called a “Programming Update”, for lack of a better term. We’re going to be chasing down some big goals over the next 10 weeks. Primarily, opening our first neighborhood gym space. Simultaneously, we’ll be pushing out our first piece of downloadable content for folks not in the area who need some guidance fixing common physical limitations that are impeding their performance in whatever pursuits of a physical nature they’re engaged in.
If that sounds like a lot to tackle in just over two months, that’s because it is.
Which brings us to our programming update. With a few exceptions, you will experience Restore/Thrive on YouTube for the better part of the next 10 weeks. As much as we love to drop knowledge via the blog, we’re not big on putting out less than our best when it comes to content.
Our only ask is that you bear with us (and subscribe to the YouTube Channel!) while we work out these growing pains.
Happy Tuesday, everyone!
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!
A few thoughts on training
Morning folks! We’ve got another post up on our YouTube channel. Today we’re talking training. Specifically, how do you improve your conditioning? While there are several ways to do it effectively, the approach we review today is one of the most simple and effective we’ve found to apply. Enjoy!
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.
We’re all about self-help here.
Morning folks! Hope everyone in the KC-area is getting out and getting after it in the sun and warm weather.
This week’s drop on the Restore/Thrive channel is a quick run down of what my PT friends call “treatment for cervicogenic headache pain”, or what normal folks would call “how to fix a stiff neck and that pounding headache that won’t quit”. Either way you put it, I was in that spot a week ago. But with some time, thought, and the help of a very special friend, I was able to kick a day-long headache and the accompanying neck stiffness it brought in less than 20 minutes.
It’s that approach we’re sharing with you all this week. Enjoy!
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.