Hands

Posted: 8/12/2016 3:27 AM
The most common elbow injuries are injuries to the medial and lateral sides of the elbow joint. Golfers Elbow: Tendon inflammation in the inside tendon of the forearm Pain coming from a gripping action Aggravated by flexion (eg bicep curl) and pronation (rotating your thumb down) Joint may be warm to the touch Tennis Elbow Tendon inflammation in the outside tendon of the forearm May be caused by repetitive actions such as gripping, twisting motions, trauma Joint feels weak- it i
Posted: 5/5/2016 11:55 AM
The Vintage Fitness in home personal training team specializes in energizing the lives of people over 50 understand and empathize with clients who are scared or unmotivated to start to exercise. We work slowly focusing on a goal that is important to the client. Vintage Fitness is a team of personal trainers who work across the GTA including Mississauga, Oakville, Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough, Ajax, Oshawa, Pickering and Downtown.
Posted: 12/18/2015 4:30 AM
The focus of this 15 minute holiday exercise program is building better balance to prevent falls. The best way to improve your balance is to build strength in your legs and feet as well as developing your core strength. If you need modified exercises because of an injury or you haven’t exercised in a while drop me a note
Posted: 10/21/2015 12:27 PM
This is the seventh week of a ten week blog series filled with exercise pictures and tips. The focus this week is on arm strength and toning. Many of our at home personal training clients are concerned with what they describe as flabby arms as they have gotten older. These exercises will help to develop strength for lifting and carrying as well as tone your arms.
Posted: 6/17/2011 7:54 AM
Harvard Medical School just sent through these great tips for keeping your hands pain-free. Unnoticed and unsung, healthy hands perform countless small tasks, from pouring your morning coffee to brushing your teeth at night. But aching hands transform even a simple task into a painful ordeal. Beneath the skin, your hands are an intricate architecture of tendons, joints, ligaments, nerves, and bones. Each of these structures is vulnerable to damage from illness or injury.