1. Why sitting sucks?? http://archinte.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/short/172/6/494
Sitting Time and All-Cause Mortality Risk in 222 497 Australian Adults
Conclusions Prolonged sitting is a risk factor for all-cause mortality, independent of physical activity. Public health programs should focus on reducing sitting time in addition to increasing physical activity levels.
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2. How much do we know? How much do we need to admit we do not understand? A glimpse at why we must all be ‘comfortable with uncertainty’ as we prescribe, instruct, and educate our patients.
3. What are some people thinking about when the work out? Thanks to Phil Snell, DC for bringing this to my attention (it looks nothing like his videos @ www.myrehabexercise.com. At some point people will begin to get the concept that training should focus on long term athletic development in kids and long term athletic participation in adults. Thinking of specific adaptation to imposed demand…. I have no idea what this guy is training for.
4. Maybe yoga isn’t for everyone. Another example of why exercise must be thoughtfully prescribed and caution should be used by non-clinical folks working with those who have clinical conditions. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1533-2500.2012.00545.x/abstract;jsessionid=567DC952E4D1FE4F92B86AF3928875A6.d02t01