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Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS): What can you do about it?

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) is when muscle pain or stiffness develops a day or two after playing sports, weightlifting, exercise, or work that involves concentrated physical activity like lifting and carrying objects. DOMS is considered a normal response to extended exertion and is part of the adaptation process that the recovering muscles experience as they undergo hypertrophy or an increase in muscle size.

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Why do Golfers have Back Injuries?

Golf is an enjoyable game that challenges both the body and the mind. It’s a great game that can be played at all ages to keep you active. It involves the foundation of the body’s range of motion, the spine. Because golfing is usually hours spent playing in a bent-over position, repetitive motion of rotating/twisting of the spine can create misalignment. 

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What is Text Neck?

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.  

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Do You Sit Too Much?

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. 

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