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Tag - Kinetic Health

Reduce Aches and Pains with a Proper Bike Fit

One of the primary reasons people turn to cycling is because it’s relatively low-impact, compared to other forms of exercise like running or weight lifting. Low-impact exercises like cycling can reduce joint damage, help you lose weight, and improve your cardiovascular health--but without a properly sized and adjusted bicycle, you may miss out on these important benefits. Whether you’re a competitive triathlete or just enjoy the occasional weekend ride, a properly fitted bike can also help you improve your pedaling…

Improve Posture by Putting Your Best Foot Forward

Just like a car’s tires are the only part of the vehicle that touch the road, your feet provide support for your entire body. So, when the feet do not provide optimal support for the rest of the body, the back often bears the brunt. Studies published in Orthopedic Physical Assessment indicate that 80 percent of people may experience foot problems at some point in their lives, although they might not even notice it--and about the same percentage will experience noticeable…

The Kinetic Chain and Biomechanics

The Kinetic Chain: What is it? No surprise, our bodies are complex systems. What we sometimes forget, though, is that everything is interconnected. So when one part is not working optimally, it throws off ten others. Remember singing this as a kid? The head bone’s connected to the neck bone. The neck bone’s connected to the shoulder bone. The shoulder bone’s connected to the back bone… Well, the adult version can go on for days. Muscles, connective tissues, joints, bones,…