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ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) Injury

ACL (Anterior cruciate ligament) is a one of the major ligament in our knee. ┬áIt’s located deep within the joint, behind the kneecap (patella), above the shinbone, and below the thighbone. An ACL injury may be diagnosed when the ligament is overstretched or torn. This type of injury occurs frequently in sport. Athletes who participate high-impact sports where rapid pivoting and turning are common, such as basketball, football, skiing, and soccer.

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What is F.A.S.T ?
It’s a Stroke Symptoms!

By learning and sharing the F.A.S.T. warning signs, you just might save a life from stroke.

Face Drooping:
Does one side of the face droop or is it numb? Ask the person to smile. Is the person’s smile uneven or lopsided?

Arm Weakness:
Is one arm weak or numb? Ask the person to raise both arms. Does one arm drift downward?

Is speech slurred? Is the person unable to speak or hard to understand? Ask the person to repeat a simple sentence.

Time to Call 9-9-9:
If the person shows any of these symptoms, even if the symptoms go away, call 9-9-9 and get them to the hospital immediately.

Stay Safe. Stay Healthy.



The letters stand for Frequency, Intensity, Time, and Type; and all are in reference to the exercises within your program.

The FITT Principle puts your workouts into an acceptable range that works against injuries. Knowing the frequency, intensity, time, and type that fits into your lifestyle and fitness experience level will keep you from doing too much, overtraining, and getting negative consequences from your efforts.
At some point you may experience plateau as a result from same workout routine. So here are the solution!

Change your FREQUENCY. Frequency helps you adjust the times your exercise throughout the week by considering how often you can attend a class, get to the gym, or do an at-home or outdoor workout.

Choose your INTENSITY. The intensity of a workout or exercise is a gauge of how hard you work. Are you feeling the burn or just enjoying a light sweat? Are you lifting heavy or swimming in a pool? In other words, is your workout low, medium, or high intensity?

Make sure right amount of TIME spend. The relationship works like this: if you can have a higher frequency, you can workout for shorter periods. If you have low intensity workouts throughout 6 days, you can workout for longer periods every single day. Similarly, if you 3-days high intensity at 30-45 minutes in length, the other two days in your program might contain swimming and yoga classes, which could span 2-3 hours.

Your goals determine the TYPE of exercise. Those who are focusing on improving cardiovascular fitness will use exercises like swimming, walking, hiking, stair climbing, jogging and running. Those who want muscular gains will do strength training and bodyweight calisthenics, like pull-ups, push-ups, squats, leg presses, and kettlebell exercises. Athletes who are cross training might add in skill-related drills, like agility and balance or focus on pairing training in their specialty alongside an opposing activity.

Stay Safe. Stay Healthy.

Cervical Spondylosis

Cervical spondylosis is a common degenerative condition of the cervical spine. It is most likely caused by age-related changes in the intervertebral disks. Clinically, several syndromes, both overlapping and distinct, are seen. These include neck and shoulder pain, sub-occipital pain and headache, radicular symptoms, and cervical spondylotic myelopathy (CSM). As disk degeneration occurs, mechanical stresses result in osteophytic bars, which form along the ventral aspect of the spinal canal.

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Shoulder Pain ???

What most people call the shoulder is really mobile. However, it may lead to increasing problems with instability or impingement of the soft tissue or bony structures in your shoulder, resulting in pain. You may feel pain only when you move your shoulder, or all of the time. The pain may be temporary or it may continue.

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