The first step when wearing shoe insoles, starts when you are shopping for shoes. You want to select a shoe, runner, or boot with a great fit and is specific to your chosen activity.
The second step is to determine if the ... Read More
Running shoes are designed for different foot shapes; designed for different running patterns; and running on different terrain; so a running gait analysis can help get the best fit from your running shoes.
How you run and how ... Read More
Both walking, and running require energy to move our bodies over a given distance. Walking can provide many of the same health benefits associated with running, however, running will produce the fastest physiological changes.
Which is better walking or ... Read More
Heat exhaustion happens when the body’s cooling system stops working. The next stage after heat exhaustion is heat stroke caused by strenuous exercise or activities outside during the warm summer months or sun stroke, where the ... Read More
Most biking injuries occur as a result of an accident - falling off the bike, or as a result of repeated movements over time. Superficial soft tissue injuries and musculoskeletal trauma are the most common injuries.
Many problems are linked to poor ... Read More
The problem with a sun burn is that you don’t feel any symptoms until a few hours after the sun exposure; and depending on how severe the burn is, it can take a day or two to see the full extent ... Read More
We all know that too much sun is bad for us.... but what happens if you have an allergic reaction to sunscreen? Many adults and children have allergic reactions to the chemical ingredients found in sunscreen.... Read More
We all know the benefits of exercise, yet many of use still find it difficult to incorporate physical activity into our busy lives. Most of use have good intentions, but do not seem to find the time to exercise.