May 29, 2011

Causes, And Solutions To, Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

The development of a shoulder impingement can be caused by a host of contributing factors as it relates to strength training, many of them coming as a result of the poor choices people make, whether they realize it or not.

As it relates to strength training, an impingement can result from one, or more, of the following variables: poor form/technique when lifting, selection of exercises that compromise the subacromial space leading to impingement, poor sequencing of movements during a workout, or imbalanced development caused by incomplete training programs that fail to address individual structural imbalances.

May 15, 2011

Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

One of the most common types of pain that prevents us from doing things we love to do is shoulder pain, more specifically shoulder impingement syndrome. There are many reasons that cause shoulder impingement syndrome as you can imagine, and the purpose of this article is to cover some of the main reasons linked to the development shoulder impingement syndrome and how it can be mildly treated and corrected with strength training.

May 8, 2011

Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction - Common Cause Of Lower Back Pain And How You Can Minimize It

Roughly 25% of people with back pain have what is called sacroiliac (SI) joint dysfunction, and I am one of them. What you’ll find in this article is what the SI joints are, what their purpose is, what dysfunction is and how it occurs, and how you can reduce the pain and restore proper function through proper strength training. What you will not find is about curing SI joint dysfunction with alternative methods to training like steroid (cortisol) injections, chiropractic realignment, or surgery.

May 1, 2011

What Everyone Needs To Know About The Adrenal Glands (The Stress Glands)

What are the adrenal glands?
The adrenal glands are part of the endocrine system (system of glands within the body responsible for secreting different hormones into the bloodstream to regulate the body) and are primarily responsible for managing stress, being that they are our ‘stress glands’. Our energy, endurance, resiliency and life are dependent on their proper function, and the ability to build muscle, burn fat, live healthy and perform at our best in whatever it is we choose to do, are acutely affected by the adrenals.