If you’re not a morning person; then the very title of this article probably made you groan out loud. Having to open up the gym every morning at 5am, Hennie and I sometimes also have trouble feeling energized and enthusiastic in the early morning hours of the day! That being said, we understand the importance of starting every day off on the right foot! There are numerous benefits to exercising in the morning! These include fewer distractions, improved appetite control and increased energy levels but an often overlooked benefit of morning workouts are the effects it has on stress and your brain! Here are our top 3 reasons to start your day with a workout:
As Biokineticists, Hennie and I often get asked the question “what exactly is biokinetics?” or “what is it that you do?”. As biokineticists we focus primarily on final phase rehabilitation and prevention, working hand in hand with other health care providers in such as physiotherapists, physical therapists, chiropractors and orthopedic therapists. Here are 4 reasons why you should give biokinetics a go!
Lower back pain is extremely common and one of the most commonly treated orthopedic conditions in our biokinetics practice. This is generally because an individuals lower back supports the weight of their upper body and as such is exposed to a lot of stress — especially during everyday movements like lifting and twisting.
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If you are struggling to stay motivated and the thought of going to the gym seems overwhelming; then here are our top 10 tips for fitness success!
Back pain is one of the most common ailments in working adults and studies have found that up to 80% of individuals experience some form of back ache or pain throughout their lives. Managing chronic lower back pain is not easy, as there are numerous different factors that can contribute to the onset and persistence of pain. What can however assist in the pain management process is a firm understanding of some of the most common causes which can contribute to back pain.