KINECT With Running (Part 2 of 3)

KINECT With Running (Part 2 of 3)

(Part 2) Stability & balance requirements: Once a person has cleared the flexibility and mobility requirements it is about time to start shifting more focus to the stability, strength, and balance prerequisites for running. Running is basically the action of...
KINECT With Running (Part 1 of 3)

KINECT With Running (Part 1 of 3)

Running is a fundamental human movement, but that doesn’t mean anyone can just start running and expect good changes. I have always loved the quote “we need to be fit to run, and not run to be fit”. This line immediately brings me to memories of the countless...
Water Kinects to Everything

Water Kinects to Everything

I’m not going to water down this subject whatsoever. Water is really important. Water is greatly undervalued and underappreciated by many. I feel this way because the most common answer I get when I ask someone how much water they drink is “a lot” or “I don’t know.”...
Making the Most Out of Rest

Making the Most Out of Rest

We all need rest. It’s a fact of life. When referring to rest we’re talking primarily about sleep and other times when the body is using the parasympathetic branch (rest and digest) of the nervous system more dominantly than the sympathetic branch (fight or flight)....
The Mobility And Stability Paradox

The Mobility And Stability Paradox

In the world of rehab, fitness, health, and wellness the words “mobility” and “stability” are tossed around like salads at Tender Greens. The challenge is that these catch words are used in many different contexts and are commonly misunderstood. Here is the...