Applied Kinesiology, Energy Kinesiology or Clinical Kinesiology describes muscle checking or monitoring used as a feedback tool.
CrossFit and its subsidiaries have literally taken the world by storm – find out what’s behind the Crossfit rage.
What goes on in your brain has a direct effect on your body.
That niggly pain often felt at the front of the upper arm when lifting the arm out to the side or assuming a ‘beer drinking’ position, could well be Supraspinatous Tendinopathy.
One of the basic fundamental movements that form the cornerstone for many functional exercise regimes is the SQUAT. It is also one of the exercises most used to improve strength and power.
We recently did a ‘Coach the coaches’ talk at Northcliff high school. The aim of this was to assist the coaches in grading exercises correctly for the students, you can find our presentation on core exercises in the link below.
The following article presents some thoughts, facts and discussion on a book called ‘Superbrain’ authored by Deepak Chopra and Rudi Tanzi.
All functional movements we perform rely on a strong core. Find out how important our core is to daily movement and sports.
So you are alive therefore you must be breathing, it’s the one thing we can’t live without. Yet it is the one thing we take most for granted and do incorrectly.
Choosing the correct bicycle saddle is very important to ensure a comfortable ride.
I have recently attended the latest SASMA Conference (South African Sports Medicine Association) which was held at the Wild Coast Sun. Three major, on- going debates in the world of sports medicine were highlighted.
Most of us have experienced the sharp pain in our chests, abdomens or necks at some stage during vigorous cardio exercise.