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Core Conditioning Exercises for Lumbar Disc Health

Dr. Lynelle McSweeney is a holistic chiropractor here in Reno, and we've recommended her to a few of our clients. We've featured some of her content here on the Framework blog, and we've been lucky to do the same. In 2017, we wrote a post about…
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A Quick Test for Tight Hamstrings

There is much discussion about what constitutes tight hamstrings. What most people don't understand is that the anatomy of the hamstring means that a short muscle can sometimes be mistaken for one that is "tight." This muscle fiber shortening…
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The Role Posture Plays on your Physical Health

For many of us, posture is low on the list of things we regularly think about. That's true up until our neck, shoulders, or low back start aching, and we suddenly realize that sitting slumped over the computer or on the couch isn't doing us…
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5 Benefits of Strong Cores for People of All Ages

A rippling core is often a sign of peak physical fitness. But the benefits of a strong core go far beyond mere aesthetics. Building strength and stability in our midsection is important for everyone - seniors included. Here are five benefits…
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4 Specific Benefits of Exercise for Seniors

By now, everyone knows that exercise is important. And that doesn't change as we age. According to The American Academy of Family Physicians, almost all senior citizens would benefit from regular physical activity. It's true that older bodies…
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Is Walking Good Enough for Fitness?

There are benefits to walking, whether you shoot for 10,000 steps a day or not. Unfortunately, if that's all you're doing, you aren't strengthening your muscles or bones. As you get older, the importance of that oversight will become clear.…
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Does Your Personal Trainer Offer A Postural Analysis?

There are so many benefits to working with a personal trainer, and a postural analysis should be one of them. Unfortunately, not every personal trainer has the same experience, knowledge, and skill set, and not every trainer can offer a postural…
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Why a Personal Trainer is the Best Accountability Partner

Accountability is a buzz word in the world of fitness, but that doesn't mean it isn't important. Accountability is what keeps you training, even when you don't feel like it. It's one of the simplest ways to reach your fitness goals faster, and…
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Here's How Fitness Improves Mental Health

We regularly share information about current research and studies that link exercise to improved physical health. But fitness can be as effective as pharmaceuticals for mental health issues like depression, anxiety, stress, even ADHD and PTSD.…
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What Seniors Should Look For In A Personal Trainer

The negative impact of inactivity, particularly for people over the age of 50, is well documented. Some 31 million American seniors qualify as inactive, which means their daily movement is only enough to satisfy basic tasks. This puts them at…