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Having suffered a debilitating injury, it can be quite difficult and cumbersome to uphold the affected body part’s circulation and flexibility. Casual activity can be quite a painful, perhaps even hazardous, experience due to the repeated impact on the injured limb. If these issues are not adequately addressed, more radical treatments may be required as the condition of the affected area worsens gradually. As such, physical therapists make use of resistance bands as a tool to ensure proper blood circulation to the area, particularly if there is nerve damage. The great thing about resistance bands is that there is practically...

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Do you want to lose weight and use running as your number one physical activity?   If so, do you know how far you need to run in order to achieve your weight loss goals?   Running is one of the best cardiovascular exercises when it comes to dropping excess pounds. You can do it pretty much anywhere and it doesn’t require a bunch of expensive equipment. Just get a good pair of shoes, some weather appropriate clothing and you’re good to go. But, how far do you need to run to reach your goal weight?   Calculate Your Distance...

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  Always use different techniques   Doing the same work out will prevent fewer gains and could lead to burning out your muscles. By changing your exercise routine you will be able to keep on top of your training by using different muscle groups. Failing to impose any new techniques such as increasing number of reps preformed or weight increase will simply lead to keeping them the same size. The only benefit will you gain will be increasing cardio fitness in your muscles which is the wrong training for building muscle and you will not promote any muscular growth benefits.  ...

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Bones, ligaments, tendons, cartilage, and fascia are illustrations of connective tissue. Exercise generates mechanical forces that cause distortion of precise regions of the skeleton. These forces, fashioned by muscular actions on the tendinous attachment into bone, can be bending, compressive, or torsional in nature. In reaction to mechanical loading, osteoblasts journey to the bone surface and initiate remodelling. Osteoblasts fabricate and discharge proteins, chiefly collagen molecules that are placed in the spaces between bone cells to increase strength. These proteins form the bone matrix and in due course become mineralised as calcium phosphate crystals. New bone formation occurs mainly on...

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The Skeleton The framework of bones, joints and cartilage of the human body are called the skeletal system.Without our body framework we would be unable to perform many movements such like; Walking Running Swimming Rowing We would simply be blobs of muscle and fat without our skeletal system presents. Helping complete the simple movements we can link together such as squats, step ups or press-ups. Obvious functions of the skeleton system help support the upper and lower body. Resistance band exercises can help strength joints and increase bone density. The Skeleton The framework of bones, joints and cartilage of the...

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