I bet you've been so into your workout that you haven't noticed, but we recently got new equipment in the gym! Next time you're in, be sure you test your strength on our new machines. Your body will thank you to the new addition to your routine.
The following article is authored by Lia Wodraska, BodyWise Personal Trainer, certified CHEK Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach. A link to the original text can be found here: http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/lifestyle/53618730-80/injury-shoulder-wodraska-body.html.csp It’s March, the time of year when — just like spring bulbs — golfers emerge from their winter shelters with fantasies of a blooming game. It also means an increase in golf-related injuries, namely in the low back, wrist, elbow and shoulder. But many injuries can be prevented with proper stretching. While nongolfers may think the sport is just a walk in the park, golf is physically taxing on the body. The average male golfer swings a club between 80 and 90 mph; female golfers swing 60 to 70 mph. At that speed — and done repeatedly for several hours — it’s important to be able to rotate your body sufficiently. If not, an injury is inevitable. Injury prone » If your shoulders [...]