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Why Is Cycling Better Than Running for People Over 40?

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When it comes to sports, one thing that rings true for most athletes is the idea that each individual has their own idea of the perfect workout. Because of personal preferences, different fitness levels, and individual goals, it is difficult to say that one form of exercise is better than the other. However, as a general rule for those wanting a good workout without damaging their joints, cycling does indeed seem to be more preferable to a higher-impact sport like running, according to a study by researchers at Appalachian State University. Cyclists Have Less Inflammation In the study, researchers analyzed...

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Mobilization, manipulation, and massage

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There are three distinguished forms of manual therapy: mobilization, manipulation, and massage. These forms will help improve mobility in restricted areas such as joints, connective tissues, or skeletal muscles. As with any treatment, using these forms in conjunction with each other can deliver more synergy than using only one. But, what is the difference between mobilization, manipulation, and massage? Continue reading to find out! Mobilization by definition is to make something moveable. In manual therapy, mobilization is a careful process of stretching soft-tissue and joints to improve elasticity. Mobilization is used to relieve joint stiffness and pain. The goal is...

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Want to Know How to Deal with Pain?

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There are 3 things you can do with pain. Dr. Dan Davidson has outlined them in 3 simple ways. Pain has a bad name. Pain is not the problem, it reports the problem! Read on to reveal the 3 things to do with your pain! read more: 3 Things To Do With Pain | Salem, VA | Back Resort

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