No Legs, No Excuses

On June 13th, 2012 21 year old Marine, Chris Van Etten was on a routine patrol with his infantry unit when his friend stepped on an IED (Improvised Explosive Devise). The explosion left the Marine lying helpless on the ground

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Myths of the Core

Years before becoming a chiropractor I worked as a kinesiologist (or Exercise Therapist as we were called at the time) at a large rehabilitation center in Alberta. During that time I was charged with developing a specific core stability program … Read Full Article

Amandita The Great!

It was Christmas 2008 in New York City and Amanda Sullivan had been an aid worker for nearly a decade working with orphans, refugees and abused women and children. She’d been to Costa Rica, Chile, Panama and ran an orphanage

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Burning Joints

The Importance of Exercise to Joint Heath. Joint health should be a concern for everyone—regardless of your age. Joints are the points where two bones meet and are equipped with muscles, ligaments, cartilage, and Synovial membranes that are built to

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Stretching, Flexibility…

James A. Peterson, Ph.D., FACSM

1. NOT THE SAME. Some people believe that stretching and warming up are more or less the same. They’re not. Warming up is designed to prepare an individual for the demands of the physical

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