Foot pain affects nearly all people at one time or another and it can negatively affect one’s quality of life and ability to enjoy workouts and/or maintain a regular program of exercise. In this exclusive ACE video, biomechanics expert Justin Price explains how a few simple exercises performed daily can help dramatically reduce foot pain.
If you would like more information on reducing foot pain—particularly the pain caused by plantar fasciitis—check out this ACE ProSource article, Understanding and Alleviating Plantar Fasciitis, written by Justin Price. You’ll learn about the problematic muscle and soft tissue imbalances that are often the cause of plantar fasciitis, as well as additional exercises to help alleviate this potentially debilitating problem.
Setting intentions is a powerful thing. Then when you have that shiny new gym membership in hand, you feel like nothing stands between you and your goals to get in shape once and for all. Trouble is, lack of motivation, unpreparedness and busy schedules have a way of interfering with our plans. If you find […]
Exercise training for golf is what every golfer who is serious about improving their golf swing power and mechanics should be focusing on especially senior golfers in the “off-season” or winter months. If you’ve read any of my articles you’ll know where I’m coming from. “Your body dictates your golf swing!” “A broken body will […]
April 23, 2015 | Fitnovatives Blog
Everyone can benefit from eating breakfast. From weight loss and muscle repair to improved mood and focus, a morning meal benefits your body. When you sleep, your metabolism slows down. Rather than go through the day with a sluggish metabolism, jump-start it with breakfast. Information from the […]
High-intensity interval training (HIIT) has become hugely popular thanks to real results in shorter periods of time and extensive benefits. With busy schedules the norm, it’s no wonder so many clients and potential clients are now seeking out these kinds of workouts.
HIIT, which involves repeated sessions of relatively brief, intermittent exercise, […]