Tag: exercise

  • Shoulder Health with Jay Corwell

    Posted by Karli Wood on May 08, 2020 | Share

    So, my left shoulder is a hot mess right now. I have pain when I abduct and externally rotate my left arm. It is miserable. The pain was so severe that I decided to have an MRI done to assess the damage. Thankfully, the MRI revealed that I didn’t have a tear but moderate rotator cuff tendinopathy. This brought…

  • Keeping Cool with Aquatic Workouts

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on July 02, 2019 | Share

    This summer, move your workout to the water! Working out in the water offers plenty of different health benefits. Water increases resistance, forcing your muscles to work harder and in different ways, therefore burning more calories. At the same time, your body’s buoyancy in water makes aquatic workouts much easier on your joints. In addition to the simple bonus…

  • One of the most startling changes between being a college student and a young professional is the switch from creating your schedule to feeling ruled by it. But it doesn’t have to end there – you don’t have to accept a lack of control over your routine. Countless studies and articles tout the value of exercise in both body and…

  • Life and schedules are hard – there’s no way around it. Between being in charge of your own day-to-day and the successes of others, stress can take hold before you even realize. Below are some practical ways to handle stress and come out on top. Trust us – we’ve been there. Get Moving – Many experts say that exercise…