You don’t want to complain, but lately you have felt a little tingling or numbness in your hand and wrist. Sometimes, the pain is sharp. Other times it seems to travel from your wrist up through your arm. You try to shake it off but it just won... Read more
When you spend a lot of time sitting, especially at a desk or computer, it's important to take stretch breaks. A couple of breaks each day will help you stay alert and keep stiffness at bay. This set of stretches is perfect for people who are alr... Read more
Are you always on the run and running out of time to stretch? Try adding a few standing stretches throughout the day. Whether standing in line, waiting for the bus or watching a soccer game, you can squeeze in some quality flexibility training. You c... Read more
Yoga, which comes from the Sanskrit yuj word meaning "union," originated in India more than 5,000 years ago. There are many forms of yoga, but in general, yoga focuses on breathing techniques (pranayama), postures (asanas), flexibility, and... Read more
Whether you have a disability or a chronic condition that limits your mobility, exercise doesn't have to be out of reach or even painful. In fact, depending on your condition, your health care provider has probably recommended that you increase y... Read more
Do heart rate wrist monitors (like a fitbit charge HR) reflect a calories burned count similar to what the fitness trackers on SP estimate for exercises? I want to buy one but hesitate because they are expensive and I first want to know it's accurate... Read more
I have weak hand grip, wrists & forearms and I'm curious as to how I can go about strengthening them. It has gotten worse over the last few months and nor when I move my wrists they crack more then what they use to and it is quite pain full. I have b... Read more
I've been gaining more and more weight since I broke my wrist, unfortunately my wrist is permently damaged because during surgery to fix it the Dr cut my median nerve, now I have very little use of my right hand. Ex reside has been at a stand still.... Read more
I was eagar to begin to walk/run. But I failed to stretch before beginning. I ended up with severe tendinitis, which caused me to put my walking/running regimen on hold until my tendinitis healed. So a word to the wise properly stretch before exer... Read more
When I have an impulse to eat, or a craving I snap my wrist with the large rubber band that I wear 24/7. I snap the inside of my left wrist because it's more sensitive than the back of my wrist and because I am right handed.402... Read more
Users of the Basis B1 Fitness Tracker. Basis is a wrist-based health tracker and online personal dashboard designed to help people easily incorporate healthy habits into their daily routines.... Read more
Not long ago, one of Coach Nicole’s blogs generated a pretty interesting discussion about how playing Wii Fit games compared to “real” exercise.Can lurching across your living room carpet, remote in hand, to return a vicious topspin forehand from yo... Read more
Before 21-year-old Owen Thomas became captain of the football team at the University of Pennsylvania, he was a star athlete in my suburban community, one hour north of Philadelphia. Since age 9 he had him. Five months later another ripple went... Read more
Well, I went to doctor yesterday about my wrist. I have De Quervain Tenosynovitis...I just call it Wrist Tendinitis.
I'm actually relieved to know what it is and to be able to fix it. I just have to ice it, take anti-inflammatory,... Read more
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