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, Exercise of the Month: Bent-Over TYI

Exercise of the Month: Bent-Over TYI

As part of Phyx’s new Exercise of the Month series, we will encourage you to try a challenging new exercise every four weeks. Loading your muscles and joints in new ways will help to keep them strong, flexible, and performing well. Learning new movements and techniques will challenge your brain and prove the mind-muscle connection. … Continue reading Exercise of the Month: Bent-Over TYI

running injuries, How to Run More and Hurt Less

How to Run More and Hurt Less

Running is infamous for its ability to cause niggles, aches, and injuries, yet it remains one of the most popular and effective ways to exercise. Does running deserve its bad reputation? Is there a way to maximize its gains while avoiding running injuries? We think so. Why does running hurt? Contrary to popular belief, running … Continue reading How to Run More and Hurt Less

core strength, Core Strength: More Than Just Sit-Ups and Planks

Core Strength: More Than Just Sit-Ups and Planks

Why build core strength? There are many reasons to improve your core strength, and they don’t all involve getting 6-pack abs. More importantly, a strong core can help to improve your physical function and reduce your risk of injury. Everyone can benefit from having a strong core, but many people experience difficulties when trying to … Continue reading Core Strength: More Than Just Sit-Ups and Planks

Carpal tunnel, How To Self-Treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

How To Self-Treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

What causes Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Carpal Tunnel Syndrome occurs when one of the nerves in the arm becomes compressed at the wrist, resulting in pain, numbness, and tingling in the wrist and hand. It’s common in people who spend lots of time using their hands at work, like dental staff, office workers, and hairdressers. If … Continue reading How To Self-Treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Plantar fasciitis, 3 Self-Treatments for Plantar Fasciitis

3 Self-Treatments for Plantar Fasciitis

What is Plantar Fasciitis? Have you ever experienced a sharp pain in your heel when taking your first steps of the morning? This is the hallmark sign of plantar fasciitis, an irritation of the tissue on the bottom of the foot. The heel pain caused by plantar fasciitis can be persistent and debilitating. Many people … Continue reading 3 Self-Treatments for Plantar Fasciitis