Corrective Exercise May Not Always Effectively Treat Knee Pain

Corrective Exercise May Not Always Effectively Treat Knee Pain

Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is a common type of knee pain in which the symptoms appearĀ behind or around the kneecap. American Family Physician describes the cause of PFPS as an imbalance of the forces that keep the kneecap in alignment during knee extension and flexion. This imbalance can increase the risk of muscle dysfunction, poor […]

Fitness: Does Form and Posture Matter Much in Exercise? [Video]

Fitness: Does Form and Posture Matter Much in Exercise? [Video]

In the fitness profession, perhaps the proper form and posture to do most exercises do not matter much. In a recent article on The Personal Trainer Development Center, fitness professional Joy Victoria from Toronto, Canada, questioned and explored whether the one-size-fits-all approach to teaching and cueing clients to move in a pre-mediated range of motion […]

Love and Addiction: How the Two Intertwine With DeAnna Jordan (Interview)

Love and Addiction: How the Two Intertwine With DeAnna Jordan (Interview)

DeAnna Jordan, relationship and addiction recovery specialist, is enthusiastic and extremely passionate about service in recovery. After embarking on her own personal recovery experience she has made helping others in recovery a personal priority. DeAnna has worked in recovery services for over 20 years, specializing in the maintenance of healthy relationships. She covers a broad […]