If you or any of your friends are runners, chances are that you’ve found yourself talking about your injuries at some point.
So you’re ready to hit the ground running, literally. Before you do, there are a few things you should check to make sure your risk for injury is as low as it can be.
We see a lot of athletes who are considered "quad-dominant" - that is, they have HUGE thighs that do a ton of work, but if you isolate the strength…
You have had low back pain for a few months now and tried all kinds of stretches twisting you in 10 different directions.
We are going to take a look at a few upper extremity (UE) accessory exercises that should be used by all CrossFit athletes, and overhead athletes in general.
Here at FitClub, we see a lot of people who are doing their best to work out and get healthy. They run, do CrossFit, take classes, or try to do their own thing at the gym.
As the weather warms up, more New Yorkers are leaving the gym and hitting the pavement.
Every day I ride the R train into Manhattan, and I cringe as I watch everyone’s posture with their cell phones. The amount of patients we treat with neck pain has increased steadily over the last few years…
An age-old question - what is the best position for sleeping?
According to the National Sleep Foundation, the best sleeping position is on your back because it allows your spine to rest in a neutral position.
Does this sound like you? Clock into work at 9 am, maybe a quarter after. Log into your email account, check the inbox for the 100 emails you received overnight and meticulously answer them all.
Two posts ago, we discussed the bony anatomy of the hip joint. Briefly, it is a ball and socket joint between the deep socket on the pelvis, called the acetabulum, and the ball of the femur.
The Iliotibial Band (ITB) is a very thick band of connective tissue that stretches from the outside of the pelvis, past the knee joint to the outside of the lower leg bone
he American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons defines a snapping hip as a “snapping sensation or popping sound in your hip when you walk, get up from a chair, or swing your leg around.”1