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5 Reasons to Drink More Water

Did you know the human body is approximately 60 percent water, but that we constantly lose water through breathing, urination, and sweating? Water is also a significant part of our body’s temperature control system and needs to be continually [ Read More... ]

In our previous post, we discussed why it’s important to have a correct squatting position when lifting. But correct positioning is only one piece of the puzzle. Strengthening the power muscles and utilizing them with work activities can help [ Read More... ]

Lifting Done Right

A basic squat is the foundational movement of nearly all other movements, including heavy lifting. When we push, pull, sit down, stand up or even pull something sideways, our mechanics should include a bit of a squatting motion. When [ Read More... ]

In our last post, we discussed quick fixes that relieve pain and swelling after an injury occurs. While pain relief is of course vital in the short term, icing and rest only treat the symptoms of injury, not the [ Read More... ]

short-term solutions for workplace injury

People are always looking for a quick fix. Whether it’s weight loss, overcoming low back pain, or getting rid of headaches, we all crave immediate results. Quick results motivate us and increase our belief that we can make a [ Read More... ]

use your body sustainably

To make changes sustainable so we can avoid injury long-term, we need to tie our changes into our everyday lives. Doing so also has the added benefit of not using our precious free time for excessive exercising or going [ Read More... ]

With the complexity of human bodies, job demands, lifestyle issues, environmental considerations and many other factors, it’s easy to understand why sprains and strains are some of the most common injuries in any industry. While there is no foolproof [ Read More... ]

Weekend Warrior Playbook Part 2

In our previous post, we shared why it’s so important to PACE yourself during weekend warrior activities. PACE stands for power, agility, control, and endurance—all things every sport demands of our bodies. Let’s take a moment to see PACE [ Read More... ]

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