Category Archives: Post Rehab Training

4 Simple Shoulder Exercises for Less Shoulder Problems

The shoulder can be a common area of pain and problems for many people. Fortunately, doing the proper shoulder exercises can help decrease many problems and even eliminate shoulder pain. When most people think of shoulder exercises, they think of working on the “Delts”. There...
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Can Exercise Help Treat Arthritis?

By Nick Jack, contributing author   Arthritis is a very common health problem I see as a rehabilitation trainer every week and one that affects millions of people all over the world. It can be extremely painful and significantly change your lifestyle and overall health. Most people...
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Featured exercise for November – Wobble Board Push Up

[video width="640" height="360" mp4="http://www.BioExSystems.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/wobble-board-push-up.mp4"][/video] Exercise Pro Live lets you provide video exercise programs to you clients. It is easy to use and affordable. Sign up for a free no obligation 2 week trial. This exercise of the week...
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Featured Functional Exercise – Opposite Ankle Reach

[video width="640" height="360" mp4="http://www.BioExSystems.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Functional-Exercise-of-Week-2.mp4"][/video]   Functional athletic exercises are crucial for training clients for returning to sports activity. One leg stance and knee bends combined with trunk rotation are excellent movement patterns to improve balance, coordination and reintegrating neurological feedback patterns. Combining these...
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Featured Exercise – Functional Core 3 Way Lift

[video width="640" height="360" mp4="http://www.BioExSystems.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Functional-core-exercise-of-week.mp4"][/video]   Functional exercises are crucial for training clients to meet the needs of their sport or daily activities. Adding a second component of core stability can further enhance exercise program effectiveness. Combing these two elements is not only crucial...
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Poor posture improvement with 4 easy exercises

This article will discuss poor posture of the upper back and neck and provide some suggestions for exercises to correct the problem. Poor posture in the upper quadrant can lead to various problems and symptoms such as pain in the neck, shoulder and upper back...
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Aquatic Physical Therapy is more than just swimming

When many people hear aquatic physical therapy they think of swimming or treading water. But it is much more than that. Aquatic physical therapy has many benefits, and swimming and the rewards of such is one aspect of...

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