Shoulder Exercises You Can Do at Home

We neglect our shoulders at our own risk. Most of the things we do during the day—reaching, pushing, pulling, lifting, swiping—rely heavily on our shoulders. But because the shoulder joint is so highly functional, it’s also complicated and pron

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Experience Pelvic Pain? These Stretches Will Help

First off, what is pelvic pain? That’s simple: it’s any pain you feel below your belly button and above your legs. And what causes it? That’s not so simple. There’s a huge list of possibilities for women, including menstrual cramps, endometri

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5 Ways to Safely Return to the Gym

Have you taken a break from the gym due to pandemic or other life changes? Are you thinking of heading back soon? Staying fit is more complicated than it used to be, but it’s still worth the effort if you can exercise safely. In fact, it’s probab

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Is it Safe to go Back to the Gym?

The midyear COVID-19 pandemic report card is not looking good for the United States. Cases are predictably spiking in Florida, Texas, and Arizona, states that initially downplayed the virus threat in their rush to reopen their economies. And Californ

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10 Shoulder Stretches You Should Do after Every Workout

  The shoulder is an incredibly complicated joint, but it does a lot for us. Because it’s so complicated, though, there are plenty of ways it can go wrong. We exercise to keep it healthy, but overuse injuries are common. The shoulder is also

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Three Ways to Stay Active on a Budget

COVID-19 restrictions are beginning to ease nationwide, but these unsettled times still call for an abundance of caution. Avoid crowds. Wear your mask. Keep your distance. Stay home when possible. The virus is still out there, still looking for oppor

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Stay Active with these 16 Live Virtual Workouts

We’ve all had to get creative in our response to social distancing and quarantine. On the positive side, we’ve got plenty of free time on our hands. On the negative for many of us, we’ve lost jobs and income. There’s not much good to say abou

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