It’s been a while since I’ve focused on one of the most important movements in exercise, so let me share some insights with you. First, a few fundamentals to notice from the picture above: There’s no weight on the bar…. Read More ›
As you age, the way you move–in very subtle ways over time, becomes more a function of tendons, ligaments, and supporting structures rather than muscular strength And because these structures that literally bind our bones and muscles together are so… Read More ›
We all know that staying active is what keeps us going now and for the future. And dancing is simply so much fun, you don’t think about it the same way as exercise, right? In the study below, comparing dance… Read More ›
Losing weight results in numerous health benefits. If you have problems with your knees, read the good news in this excerpt from a recent study: “The most exciting finding of our research was that not only did we see slower… Read More ›
Shotokan basic movements done slowly and deliberately become one of the best possible neuromotor programs for Seniors!
Wouldn’t it be nice if we could exercise for a limited amount of time and have it last the rest of our lives? Because it’s a source of fun and achievement for me, you’d still be able to find me… Read More ›