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Treating Your Rotator Cuff Injury – Causes and Fixes What Is Your Rotator Cuff? Your rotator cuff consists of a group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint. These keep the head of your upper arm bone snug in the shallow socket of your shoulder. This allows you to move your arm and perform any function necessary.You will be able to tell that you have a rotator cuff injury when you experience any of…

Why Do My Knees Swell After Running? Also referred to as patellofemoral pain syndrome, runner’s knee is a common occurrence among sport enthusiasts and people that are active and on their feet a great deal of the time. Runners often notice pain and their knees swell after running and sometimes the pain associated with this ailment can be tremendous. Learning more about what causes runner’s knee and about what you can do about it is…

Top 10 Bad Bro Science and Workout Mistakes There’s so much bad fitness advice out there that it seems as though some people have the goal of leaving the gym in an ambulance. SO I have compiled some of the most ridiculously bad bro science and workout mistakes I have heard over my years as a personal trainer. These bad bro science snippets come from conversations I have overheard, advice I have been given (without having asked…

Shin Splints when Running – Prevention and Recovery Running is an excellent form of exercise that is great for easing the stress of a long day, but as with all forms of exercise there is always the potential of excessively straining your muscles from a lack of preparation and taking proper preventative measures. Shin splints when running is one such example of a strain that can occur and is actually quite common among runners and athletes. If you have ever found…

Pushing yourself a bit too hard trying to beat your own record or scoring the winning goal can cause injury. Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage (EIMD) and Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) to be exact. There’s nothing worse than an inflamed or stiff muscle to cramp your style! So should you use a heat or an ice pack? This is a question that has bamboozled many for years, athletes and doctors alike. There is still confusion about what…

Knee pain can blight a person’s day to day life, it can make even the simplest of tasks seem impossible and render a person practically immobile. Because of the wide and varied nature of knee pain, it can be difficult to tell a problem from a momentary pain. As a nation we are notoriously reluctant to go to the doctors, particularly men who are reported to visit their doctors 20% less often than their female…

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