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Pain that Never Goes Away

In school, you’re taught to repeat something over and over again to commit it to memory. Did you know your nerves can “memorize” different kinds of stimuli? Your nerve cells can memorize bad stimuli, like pain.  This is called central sensitization. In what follows, we’ll talk about the science behind central sensitization, how it’s diagnosed, …


What Holds You Back?

You might be strong, fit and muscular, yet you are probably not reaping the full benefits of your workouts. What’s holding you back? Mobility training Increasing your range of motion (ROM) is not about being flexible. Mobility training makes movement smooth and fluid. It makes you more resilient against injury and better able to recruit …


You Can Find Time to Exercise

Athletes and trainers know that alternating short bursts of high intensity exercise with moderate exercise, also known as high-intensity interval training (HIIT), offers great benefits. And a growing body of evidence demonstrates that high-intensity interval training (HIT) can be effective time-saving alternate to traditional endurance-based training, inducing similar or even superior physiological adaptations in healthy …