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How Rubbing The Bottom Of Your Foot Can Help Your Low Back Pain

This may sound crazy… bear with me….

The cure for your back pain may be in your foot.

As a life by design chiropractor, I’m always on the lookout for the Core Problems that create dysfunction in the body.

And one thing I’ve learned in the process of helping hundreds of families get their health on track is that YOUR problem isn’t always THE problem. Kinda like how if you step on a dog’s tail, it barks, but that doesn’t mean the problem is its mouth.

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48 Ways to Stay Active This Winter

I know I’m from Perth, and this is only my third winter EVER, but I’m still gonna put it out there: it’s really tough to stay active in the winter!

The days are waaaay shorter, sunlight is pretty hard to come by, and it is cold, wet, and slippery out there…

I think its fair to say that for a lot of people, one of the first casualties during winter is exercise and movement.

I totally get it, there are a lot of days where it would be much easier to lie in your nice, warm bed, than get up in the morning and go to the gym/to for a run/whatever your exercise method is.

So without further adieu, here are 48 hacks to help you stay active this winter:

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5 Reasons Women Need To Lift Weights

Almost every result women are searching for is a side effect of increasing lean muscle. Forget about the myths of getting too bulky or looking manly, neither of those are legitimate concerns without performance enhancing drugs or some serious genetic predisposition.

When you combine a supervised strength training program and eating by design… here are some of the results you can expect (and 5 reasons women need to lift weights)…

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5 Mobility Exercises Guaranteed To Improve Flexibility, Function & Performance

Whether you’re a regular gym goer, weekend warrior or CrossFit superstar, mobility training is an essential component of any quality fitness program.

Warming up with some quick, deliberate mobility exercises can be the difference between hitting a new personal record and crushing failure, humiliation and potential injury. (okay, maybe that’s a little dramatic, but you get the point).

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