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Preforming a proper push-up is really about using your shoulder blades to lift your torso up and down, much like the infant uses the shoulder blade to control the body while crawling. The concept may seem simple, but most people focus on their arms and hands too much when preforming push-ups and actually put their shoulders in a compromised position leading to increased strain on the shoulder and eventually impairment. Learn more at www.bnchiro.com/blog
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Stretch your ankles and calf muscles, and don’t ignore your glute muscles when it comes to preventing future calf strains. If the glutes don’t contract, a person can compensate and try to generate all of the needed force from the calf to try to push the body into rotation and extension. Of course you can only do this so long before something breaks down! Learn more at www.bnchiro.com/blog
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Strengthen your core and do more mobility work on your thoracic cage. Do not constantly hyperextend your lower back and flare your ribs when exercising Be sure to pay attention to details, and most importantly, never let me fix your car! Learn more at www.bnchiro.com/blog
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If you’re young and your balance is poor, or you are starting to see your big toe shifting, find a health care specialist who isn’t just going to tell you to wait a few years and then have surgery. Find an expert to give you a plan to restabilize your foot. If you sprain an ankle, don’t just walk it off, find someone with a strong background in sports medicine and get it checked out and properly rehabbed. Do not encourage your children or grandchildren to walk prematurely before they are ready. And if you are going to wear high heels, don’t walk in them! Learn more at www.bnchiro.com
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Pain in the Butt or Leg? – Try a Sciatic Nerve Floss http://ow.ly/JDKBY Been seeing a lot of sciatic nerve inflammation this last week. Use this exercise to reduce tension on the sciatic nerve.
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Dorsal Scapular Nerve provides motor innervation to the rhomboid muscles, which pull the scapula towards the spine and levator scapulae muscle, which elevates the scapula.

Injury to this nerve is usually apparent when the scapula on one side is located farther from the midline.
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6 Tips for Endurance Runners: Before, During, and After Your Run http://ow.ly/FbAMr

If you’re gearing up for the a Marathon, Half Marathon, an Ironman, triathlon, road race, or relay, consider these six tips for runners using nutrition and specific exercises for before, during, and after your run to help ensure your peak performance and fast recovery.
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What type of shoulder pain do you have? Check out this rotator cuff pain pattern image to determine if you have a rotator cuff problem.
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After injury tissues heal, but muscles learn. They readily develop habits of guarding that outlast the injury" - Janet Travell, MD
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