Delayed onset muscle soreness, AKA DOMS, is a common excuse for not completing a training session.  Although it is inevitable to feel tenderness in your muscles as they get used to a new activity, you can lessen the intensity.  Simple things like a proper warmup and...

Muscle cramps – they strike during exercise; they strike during work hours or even when you’re drifting off to sleep. If you thought they were unavoidable, this may not be the case. So, what causes cramps? Cramps are caused by muscle spasms, an involuntary contraction of one...

The inside of the body is enclosed with soft tissue called fascia.  Fascia covers internals such as organs, muscles, nerves and blood vessels. The fascia that covers your muscles in particular is called Myofascia. When the Myofascia is stressed from repetitive use or trauma, it can...

Lower back injuries are a frustrating reality for some people, and far more common than you may realise. It has been estimated that 70-85% of adults experience back pain in their lifetime at some point. If you are suffering active and painful lower back symptoms...

1. You didn’t have a plan Most exercise efforts come to naught because most people fail to devise a plan.  You had absolutely no idea of what you wanted to accomplish; you just wanted to be in shape – but no plan to get there!  A...