Cycling is an excellent hobby, and for the cycling enthusiast, the freedom to ride on a beautiful day is a great way to spend leisure time. For those who use their bike as their primary source of transportation, it is the way to get to and from work or activities. Yet, cycling takes a toll on the body. It is crucial to be aware of the physical stress placed on the body when riding. The repetitive motion over many miles combined with poor biomechanics can sometimes lead to injury.
The technological advance in the past decade gives us quick access to information, and it’s given people the chance to stay connected throughout every life moment. People are spending most of their time in front of the computer, laptop, tablets, mobile phones, or any gadgets available, resulting in the neck’s pain or strain.
For the first time in human history, we are not receiving the abundance of natural sunlight we used to when we worked and played outside. The modern lifestyle of work, school and recreation is dominated by indoor activities that often revolve around our computer screens.
Often stretching is thought of as fundamental as part of an exercise program, as the warm-up or cool-down. Stretching is a great way to start your day and it comes with a wide range of other benefits.
Many people seek lower back pain relief without ever really knowing what is causing the problem. Since poor posture is one of the biggest reasons for lower back pain, correcting your posture from the ground up is a vital part of reducing or eliminating your back pain.
Sitting is something that everyone does too much of, that does not seem too harmful but is slowly deteriorating our health. We need to take precautions against a sedentary lifestyle. Sitting slows your metabolism because large muscles (like those in your legs) are not being used and therefore not burning calories, and a high metabolism is crucial for losing weight and keeping it off.