Can You Tell If Your Back Curves Are Normal?
Exercise Basics | Movement

Can You Tell If Your Back Curves Are Normal?

I think that most of us go through our days without paying much attention to how much curve we have in our low backs. For sure, this is not something that is a real attention-grabber.   Even if we suffer from some stiffness or dull pain in that area, we don’t tend to focus on what…

Oh no! Inevitable Loss of Muscle (Sarcopenia) as We Age?
Movement

Oh no! Inevitable Loss of Muscle (Sarcopenia) as We Age?

Is this another case of “it’s always something” to worry about?  Can we not have some good news in these troubled times?  In an attempt to stop anyone going into anxiety and depression over this, let’s say this… It does happen, but it is good to be informed about how it happens, so that there…

Power Fidgeting…The Key to Weight Loss and Health?
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Power Fidgeting…The Key to Weight Loss and Health?

Ever hear or read that people who have a fidgeting habit tend to be more lean?  Have an easier time losing weight?  May even be healthier?  Let’s take a close look at fidgeting.  Does it help you reach the often recommended guidelines for exercising moderately 150 minutes a week?  By the way, that guideline is…

Stuck Standing In Line At Cosco?
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Stuck Standing In Line At Cosco?

Here’s How To Make the Best of It! Well, we are still here…the new normal. And, it’s not all that great. For most of us, it’s getting just a little bit old. Maybe a lot old. This seems to be made even more difficult by rumors of re-openings. When will that be? What will it…

Need to Workout at Home?  Some Ideas …
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Need to Workout at Home? Some Ideas …

First of all, I would like to extend my condolences to all who are struggling with this new situation. I imagine that is everyone, for all sorts of reasons. At the same time, it is a chance for us all to step up to the plate and think of those around us who may be…

The Elevated Status of Being Sedentary
Health and Nutrition | Movement

The Elevated Status of Being Sedentary

Please excuse the “bait and switch” tactic here, but I wanted to get your attention. In case you didn’t know it, sedentary behavior (a.k.a., sitting around a lot) has been given its own niche on the list of risk factors for, um, death. In the meantime, there is a quality of life issue with sitting….