Adele has revealed whether she is up for collaborating with other artists after recording a duet of 'Easy On Me' with Chris Stapleton.
You never know how much you use your scapula -- aka, your shoulder blade -- until it isn't working well.
'Jungle Cruise' actor Jack Whitehall has been inspired by Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and wants to "bulk up" for a big screen role.
Last but certainty not least, flexibility and stretching are important aspects of physical fitness, and it’s a good idea to include these activities in your fitness program. Stretching exercises increase flexibility, which makes it easier for you to perform many everyday activities. Stretching also improves the range of motions of your joints and may stimulate better posture, while relieving stress and tension.
To help you maintain balance as you age, make sure you incorporate balance training exercises into your workout routine. While balance exercises are good for all ages, they become particularly important the older you get since balance tends to diminish with age. Diminished balance could increase the risk for falls and fractures.
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Your head weighs about the same as a gallon bucket of paint. Napa fitness coach Sean McCawley shares exercises to keep this important "bucket" from becoming a pain in the neck.
Sean McCawley provides answers to a question he is often asked: “Is there anything you can do to help this pain in my neck?"
If you are looking for a simple and effective way to improve cardiorespiratory endurance, decrease fatigue, improve overall strength and decrease the likelihood of injury, compound resistance training techniques are a great place to start.
Whether it’s in the car or a few minutes before recreational activities, it's productive to prepare your body by choosing warm-up exercises to perform better and decrease pain.
Performed correctly, a series of simple squats can help you to maintain your balance.
A common question Sean McCawley hears from personal training clients is, “Should I work out even though I’m in pain? His answer is “yes,” most of the time.