Exercises For Pain Relief

“Exercise improves your pain threshold,” says Trent Nessler, PT, DPT, MPT, a vice president with Champion Sports Medicine in Birmingham, Ala. “With chronic pain, your pain threshold drops — in other words, it takes less pain to make you feel more uncomfortable. With cardiovascular, strengthening, and flexibility exercise, you can improve that pain threshold.” (From Dina Shaw @WebMD

Exercise also can help with postural issues and postural misalignment.  When the body is out of alignment, when we are not aligned with gravity, we put our body through undo strain and tension in the joints and muscles.  We subsequently spend more energy to stay upright, which puts us in a lot of pain.  Click on the following links to find exercises to help you in needed areas.

I’ve Scoured YouTube to Find Exercises For You…

Upper Back, Neck and Shoulders

Lower Back and Hips

Golfer and Tennis Elbow

Glutes

Hamstrings and Calves

Shins and Ankles

Hands and Wrists

Fitness and Cardio Ideas

Foam Roller

Like me, you want to be more active, but you also have to work.  Life has brought about it’s bumps and bruises, but it also has brought its moments of sheer joy.  No matter where you go, your body has to come with you. Given the option, you want it to feel good. That’s where I come in.

My experience has told me that posture balance is critical to a more optimal lifestyle.  The body needs movement to bring in oxygen, assist blood flow and create energy to continue moving.  The body was designed to operate and resist the effects of gravity.  Our daily lives work to resist our body’s design.  Our bodies were not designed to spend the whole day seated at a desk.

Our Bodies Were Designed To Move.  Let Me Help You Keep Your Body Moving.

Our bodies were not designed to be seated at a desk, typing constantly and eating three square meals a day.   There is a balance in which the body functions best to fight the effects of gravity.  The ears over the shoulders; the shoulders over the hips; the hips over the knees and the knees over the ankles…. that’s how it was meant to be.  That’s often what we think it is we see, but it isn’t anymore.Like me, you want to be more active, but you also have to work.  Life has brought about it’s bumps and bruises, but it also has brought its moments of sheer joy.  No matter where you go, your body has to come with you. Given the option, you want it to feel good. That’s where I come in.

My experience has told me that posture balance is critical to a more optimal lifestyle.  The body needs movement to bring in oxygen, assist blood flow and create energy to continue moving.  The body was designed to operate and resist the effects of gravity.  Our daily lives work to resist our body’s design.  Our bodies were not designed to spend the whole day seated at a desk.

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