Toe touch progressions

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Strengthen your foot muscles to cure your plantar fasciitis.

Reading Time: 3 minutesWhen I consult with my patients about plantar fasciitis, the symptoms vary greatly. For some, it’s like stepping on glass when walking. For others, they only feel it when going on long runs. Most people have had it for a long time, which makes it difficult to treat with my expected fast results. It’s not my favorite thing to treat …

Jumping Rope for High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)

Reading Time: 3 minutesThe other day while commuting, I was listening to Gray Cook’s lectures from my Audible account. In one of the lectures, he starts talking about jumping rope, and how it is a great, portable way to do high intensity interval training (HIIT.) The got the gears in my mind turning, because I haven’t even thought about jumping rope in decades, …

The Four Pillars of Wealth

Reading Time: 2 minutesI’ve listened to the audio version of Neurowisdom twice now on my daily commute. Neurowisdom is a book that combines neuroscience with the application of principles that allow you to achieve your goals. Notably: monetary goals. In the book, they argue that money does contribute to happiness. The happiest people are also the people who are living in comfortable wealth. …

Focusing on the important few.

Reading Time: 3 minutesWhen professionals deliver services to a niche group of customers, they tend to attract more business. There is something inherently trusting about going to a professional who only focuses on one thing. People know that this focus will provide more expertise, more efficacy, and more value for the extra money. I remember reading Harry Beckwith’s book Selling the Invisible about …

Physical inactivity is associated with narrower lumbar intervertebral discs, high fat content of paraspinal muscles and low back pain and disability

Reading Time: 1 minuteThis study brings us further proof that in order to have a healthy spine, you must be active. Engaging in regular activity helps you keep you spine mobile and it keeps your muscles strong. Strong muscles support your spine better. There have been other studies that show that people who suffer from chronic back pain have smaller muscles. These small …