The word “creep” already has a negative connotation in various settings, and the anatomical definition of creep can be just as ugly. Creep refers to the progressive deformation of bodily structures which occurs when the structures are under a constant load they were not designed to handle.
If you have a painful knot or taut band in a particular muscle, you may be suffering from the all-too-common myofascial trigger point. Active trigger points are the consistently painful ones, while latent trigger points are those that only cause pain when you apply pressure to them. Both types can lead to more severe issues down the line, although you can take action to help halt their development or eliminate them.
Chronic pain, muscle stiffness, numerous health conditions and even certain cancers may benefit from immersing yourself in a sauna. But not just any sauna will do. Opt for an infrared sauna which can help your body flourish and thrive. Even if you’re not necessarily suffering from a specific condition or pain, infrared sauna use can benefit your body by reducing stiffness and inflexibility when used in conjunction with a fitness program.
You already know falling on ice can literally have a huge impact on the way your body feels and moves. But simply walking on ice can do the same. While you may avoid the breakage and bruising that comes with a fall, walking on ice can change your gait and leave you with aches and pains.
Fear of exercise may simply sound like a bad excuse not to work out, but it’s actually an even worse reality for those who suffer from it. One of the main causes of that suffering is lower back pain, and one of the ways to get over both the pain and the fear can be Foundation Training.
Shoveling snow can be figurative pain in the neck, but it also can be a literal pain in the back and knees if you’re doing it wrong. And if you feel like you were just slammed by a Mack truck after clearing off your sidewalk or driveway, chances are you’re doing it wrong.