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  • HOLIDAY EATING STRATEGY
    It is that time of year, Thanksgiving to New Year and the parties and festive meals begin to dominate your schedule.  The focus here is to give you a strategy Read more
  • HEALTH AND FITNESS ENCOURAGEMENT
    A healthy diet, maintained over months and years, provides across-the-board benefits for fitness and wellness.  This newsletter is a good "pep talk" for your health! http://midtownnycchiro.com/index.php?newsletters=28635 Read more
  • THE LEARNING CURVE
    It is end of spring semester at most colleges and universities.  I will give my class their final next week.  This past class, we reviewed for the cumulative final.  I Read more
  • FLU SEASON--WHAT2DO!
    FLU SEASON 2018 I am asked daily “Why does it seem that the flu this year is worse than prior years?”  Recent reports have explained that the vaccine for Read more
  • FOR FREQUENTLY FIT FLYERS
    FOR FREQUENTLY FIT FLYERS Try a few of these easy-to-do travel tips to arrive at your next business meeting or vacation destination a little less stressed and a lot more flexible. For Read more
  • SOME FAT IS WHERE ITS AT
    SOME FAT IS WHERE IT’S AT… It is January, a new year, you’ve started working out and the next logical step to get the most out of your body is to Read more
  • BULK UP YOUR IMMUNITY
    BULK UP YOUR IMMUNITY Sorry, but the cold season is in full swing. You’re spending time indoors, sharing space with everyone’s germs. Fortunately, you’re not without options for cutting your risk. Read more
  • Core or not to Core
    CORE CONDITIONING Another current “in” fitness movement appears to be core conditioning that trains the trunk, both front and back. Exercises for the abdominal region, neck and chest are, of course, Read more
  • FIRE PREVENTION
    I have written several times in this column about the benefits of slow repetition training. Other terms you may hear are “working the eccentric contraction” or “negatives”. There are several Read more
  • (Work=Force X Distance) = (Work=Force X Time)
    (a x SETS) + (b x REPS) + (c x WEIGHTS) = (d x INJURY) Many studies have been conducted with varying combinations of sets, repetitions and weights. At the extremes, Read more
  • EYES WIDE OPEN
    How wide is your field of vision…and what does it matter, anyway? Peripheral vision is the range of vision at the extremes – right, left, up, down – while your Read more
  • WEEKEND WARRIOR
    Attempting to maximize your exercise activities in a single day or weekend can create significant recovery problems, plus a corresponding decline in performance, as workout time adds up. If your Read more
  • DRILL BEFORE-STRETCHING AFTER FOR MOST BENEFITFITS
    An issue of The Physician and Sports Medicine confirms one of many mantras (which many patients just don’t believe) – namely, it doesn’t matter weather or not you stretch before Read more
  • The Straw That Helps
    You hear it over and over, "drink more water."  You try and succeed for a time but then slack off and back to the old habits.  This is an easy Read more
  • IT DONT MEAN A THING IF IT AINT GOT THAT BACK SWING
    One of the most common injuries among avid golfers is lower back pain resulting from constant one-directional rotation from the back swing to the follow-through. Unfortunately, a golfer never allows Read more
  • HAVE YOU BEEN FRAMED?
    I have written before on the common causes of tennis elbow. A racket strung too tightly, one that’s too light (particularly in the head) and even using too much topspin Read more

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