It is estimated that the average adult has between 1 and 6 colds each year,1 but athletes who engage in heavy training and competition may suffer more frequent colds.2
Smartphones and tablets are likely to be a top gift this holiday season, especially with the recent release of the iPhone X. While most people will be excited to unwrap these gadgets so they can start texting and downloading apps, they should also be aware of tech-related injuries that can occur with the use of these devices.
Many fantasy football leagues are in the midst of the playoffs as we enter week 14 of the NFL season.
The holidays can be stressful and many of us hold our stress in our shoulders, causing headaches and clenching of the jaw. This is why December’s weekly stretches will focus on the upper trapezius and muscles along the side of the neck.
The Holiday season is in full swing, which means that the stores will be busy with shoppers through the New Year.
At this point of the fantasy football season, starting lineups must be flawless in order to advance in the playoffs.
For the final week of November we will be performing an Inner Thigh Self Massage, which will also incorporate a slight spinal twist stretch.
The temporomandibular joint is the joint where your jaw attaches to the temple of the skull. It is a hinge joint that allows you to move your jaw up and down, and side to side. This joint is essential for guiding mandibular motion such as chewing, swallowing and speaking.
For the fourth week of our inner thigh series this November, we will be performing the Frog Stretch. You will feel this stretch from your inner groin to your inner knee. You will need a yoga mat or a blanket for this stretch.
There is one thing fantasy football players must do before digging in to turkey this Thanksgiving: adjust their lineups.