Muscle soreness occurs if you complete an exercise or movement your body is not familiar with. You may feel this soreness within a few hours, but it often reaches its peak after one or two days of exercise. What can you do about it? Read more from Dr. Andrew Cheng, DC.
Category: Prevention & Recovery
Research has shown that physical activity has excellent health benefits, but in excess it can, in fact, be harmful. Are you overtraining? Read on for the 8 warning signs that can signal you’re actually hindering progress towards your goals and your body’s ability to properly function.
These 10 simple changes you can make will not only help you look and feel better, but can also help you slim down.
October 9, 2019
Posted in Prevention & Recovery
Despite activity-to-activity variability regarding the most severe injury possible (walking vs. tackle football, for example), the most common injuries remain constant. Learn more from Dr. Anthony Dugarte, M.D. C.S.C.S. about the best ways to prevent injury.
You may not need to look any further than your sleeping conditions to address your aches and pains. Learn more from Anthony Dugarte, M.D., C.S.C.S about how to identify common pain related issues associated with sleep, and the steps you should take to alleviate them.
Flexibility is a key component of physical fitness, though traditional static stretching is actually counterproductive to performance goals if done prior to activity. Read more from Anthony Dugarte, M.D. C.S.C.S.