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How To Strengthen Your Core Muscles At Home

People have a good reason to be proud of their ripped abs because it’s not easy to achieve. It’s not something you can get after a few sessions of sit-ups and crunches. In fact, it takes a lot of discipline and dedication to work your core. But in the end, ...

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Insider’s Guide to Compression Therapy

  The lack of necessary blood flow to specific parts of your body can be a harrowing and aggravating experience. While some people only suffer from swelling in their lower extremities after long flights or if they don’t drink enough water, others may have a more serious condition, like diabetes, that ...

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Natural and Effective Remedies For Knee Pain

  Knee pain can be a real bummer to deal with whether you lead a very active lifestyle as a runner or avid exerciser, or you simply feel specific knee discomfort around walking, kneeling or getting up. While you can opt for the over the counter topical pain cream for your ...

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Sore Feet? Here Are Some Great Treatment Techniques

  The feet are perhaps the most overworked part of the body. They bear the entire body weight and are most often overlooked among all the body parts. They also suffer much stress due to factors like improper footwear, poor body mechanics, and other conditions causing arch pain and sore feet.   Moreover, ...

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6 Ways to Transform Your Workout Routine for the Better

As the season of fall welcomes possibly the most natural time of transition with the leaves turning various colors and the weather cooling off, you might be contemplating making changes to your own life. When it comes to routine exercise, it’s so easy to often find yourself falling into a ...

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Pilates for Seniors by Joe Fleming (Guest Post for CASS Fitness

Physical fitness oftentimes feels more challenging the older you get, however, this does not mean that seniors should avoid it altogether or take the “easy way” out. Being over the age of 65, or a senior, opens a host of other exercise options, including exercise that is gentle and pleasurable. ...

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The Dangers of Running and Working Out in Old Shoes

For many runners, athletic apparel is the last thing on their minds. Many of us grab an old T-shirt and shorts out of the drawer in a half-dark room, cram on the same pair of shoes we bought during the first Obama term, and then set out for our morning ...

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5 Natural Ways for Managing Plantar Fasciitis Pain by Joe Fleming (Guest Post for CASS Fitness)

Noticing a stabbing heel pain when you take your first steps out of bed in the morning? Worried that running in your old worn out sneakers might be a bad idea? If this sounds like you, plantar fasciitis should be a real concern worth looking into.   What is Plantar Fasciitis?   Most common ...

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Dangers of Back Pain (And What to Do About It) by Joe Fleming (Guest Post for CASS Fitness)

  Back pain can be annoying, uncomfortable, and limiting for short periods of time, but if it goes away, no big deal right? Wrong. Chronic back pain that flares up repeatedly can lead to a host of negative  behaviors that can have serious consequences on your overall health and wellbeing. These ...

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From Canines to Canes – Exercise Motivators for Seniors by Joe Fleming (Guest Post for CASS Fitness)

Looking for that extra encouragement to help you or your loved one stay active in retirement? Regular fitness, even as little as 30 minutes a day, plays an important role in your health - not only helping your hearts, lungs, bones and muscles stay strong, but combating heart disease, ...

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