Progression Finger Exercises for Musicians

Finger Exercises for Musicians – Finger strength and finger skills are crucial for musicians. Their fingers must be quick and nimble, agile and dexterous, and able to work independently.

A good way for musicians to exercise and develop their fingers is to do progression exercises on their instruments.

On a guitar, for example, they could play the first fret on … Read More

Corrective Exercise Vs Physiotherapy

Corrective Exercise vs Physiotherapy – A Complete Overview

While physiotherapists and exercise physiologists such as myself work in a similar field, it is difficult to dissect and define the differences between both positions. The reason is that both share many of the same features and values. They both cover a similar broad scope in the field and both are professionally … Read More

Importance Of Looking At Exercise Bike Reviews

Exercise bikes provide a low-impact cardiovascular workout that’s easy on the joints, but can still help you work up a sweat. The best stationary bikes combine effective resistance settings with a user-friendly design, and are durable enough to withstand repeated use. We consult expert and owner reviews to identify the most reliable, comfortable and convenient bikes..

Folding exercise bikes have … Read More

Plyometrics – The Most Effective Exercise You’ve Never Heard Of

If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to exercise with maximum efficiency in minimum time, yet still achieve great weight loss and fitness results, then you’re in luck. That’s because this report will reveal to you a high intensity, all body workout that you can do almost anywhere, anytime, without the need for any equipment. Indeed, in just moments you’ll … Read More

Isolation Vs Multijoint Exercises: The Good and the Bad

Let’s talk about why you should be doing MORE multijoint exercises and minimal isolations.

As I progress through this graduate degree, working towards an M.S. in Exercise Science and Human Performance, I’m finding out two things. First, I know a lot more than I thought I did about exercise (conceptually). Secondly, I know a lot less than I thought I … Read More