Before Taking Opiates Try Body Movement For Plantar Fasciitis, ITBS And Aging Mobility.

Before Taking Opiates Try Body Movement For Plantar Fasciitis, ITBS And Aging Mobility.

Before Taking Opiates! Try Body Movement. Think before taking opiates. There are choices!  Sometimes you need them, as I did following thoracic surgery recently. It was the only way I could do the work needed to fully re-inflate my left lung. The issue of opiate addiction, and body movement alternatives for pain treatment, came to mind recently. I was busy building a new sales funnel (see ... Read more

Athlete With Stent(s) Faces Another Interesting Ironman Training Challenge

Athlete With Stent(s) Faces Another Interesting Ironman Training Challenge

Ironman Training Challenge Good Idea Or Bad? Time grinds us down, relentlessly! Can he qualify for Kona to honor his friend, Frits, with an 's'? An abdominal aortic aneurysm messed up FitOldDog's race, in 2010. "Can I continue Ironman training?" he said to the first endovascular surgeon, after receiving his AAA stent graft! "I'd go easy, if it was me!" the surgeon replied. He did, and he ... Read more

Discover The Power Of Changing The Way You Move, Using The OQS Method!

Discover The Power Of Changing The Way You Move, Using The OQS Method!

Changing The Way You Move? It Got Geneva, Age 89, Off Of This Bench Without The Usual Assistance!   It also works for so-called plantar fasciitis ITBS Psoas-Induced Back Pain And many other things. Or rush for the opiates! Click image to purchase. It's your call! Go figure!   ... Read more

Muscle Strain? Remember, No Muscle Is An Island!

Muscle Strain? Remember, No Muscle Is An Island!

Muscle Strain As An Opportunity To Learn It's Also A Pain In The A**! Sometimes You Need A Good Physical Therapist Muscle strain? It's part of life, especially as an older endurance athlete who doesn't know his limitations! This is why I keep my injury map up to date. I recently broke the 10% rule, preparing for a local 10-mile race. It finishes with a 1-mile hill climb. Yep! I overdid it. I was on a ... Read more

Older Athletes, Don’t Forget To Rotate Your Tires!

Older Athletes, Don't Forget To Rotate Your Tires!

Older Athletes? Perhaps All Athletes! Beware Repetitive Motion Injury “The fall of dropping water wears away the Stone.” Lucretius Tires on cars and trucks are rotated, to avoid repetitive damage. To even out the wear, for better wear, and less tear. This is due to the weight of the engine (more strain on the front tires), uneven stresses of turns from left to right side, tendency for curbside tires to have ... Read more

Nociceptive, Mechanoreceptive And Proprioceptive Awareness, For Healthy Aging Ironman Training

Nociceptive, Mechanoreceptive And Proprioceptive Awareness, For Healthy Aging Ironman Training

Emotional And Proprioceptive Awareness For A Good Life! "The most common misconception that I come across is the idea that nociception and mechanoreception are the two subsets of proprioception. Nothing could be further from the truth." David Seaman I was under this misconception, until minutes ago. I consider the initial stages, of the progressive condition, popularly known as plantar fasciitis, aka ... Read more

Muscle Strains As You Age, Passive To Active Recovery

Muscle Strains As You Age, Passive To Active Recovery

From Passive To Active Recovery, For Muscle Strains, Takes Longer As You Age! The issue of muscle strains popped into my head, while I was working on my latest book, this morning, "Changing The Way You Move For Healthy Aging: Six Simple Steps To Active Golden Years, Based On Subtle Movement Training." This wasn't random. I'm still working on fixing my strained left iliacus (a hip flexor), mentioned in a ... Read more

Affordable Movement Training, For Active Healthy Aging!

Affordable Movement Training, For Active Healthy Aging!

Affordable Movement Training? So You Can Change The Way You Move, When Needed! "This is one of your best videos, because you taught me something." Marsha Schauer My somewhat tedious video, on affordable movement training? Could have knocked me over with a feather. This comment, from a dedicated follower, sure surprised me! I thought the video was kind of long and boring! I just did it for fun. Maybe those ... Read more

Disclaimer: As a veterinarian, I do not provide medical advice for human animals. If you undertake or modify an exercise program, consult your medical advisors before doing so. Undertaking activities pursued by the author does not mean that he endorses your undertaking such activities, which is clearly your decision and responsibility. Be careful and sensible, please.