3 knee pain sources you may be unknowingly causing
Knee pain may be common, but it does not discriminate against those less active. In fact, a sedentary lifestyle is just as likely to cause knee issues as a more active one. And it is not confined to injuries.
When carrying stress in your shoulders or neck seems to point back to your workstation…
Work can be stressful enough, but even in absence of external stress, sitting in front of a computer for eight or more hours can seem to take its toll physically. Shoulder and neck pain, back pain and even headaches tend to result from a job that keeps you in a seated position for long hours.
Maintaining flexibility at work, at the gym or in life doesn’t have to be a stretch
Did you ever notice some people are more flexible, more relaxed with little or no pain, while others have to work at it? Flexibility, however, is not an inherent thing, something you have or you don’t. It is created and is well within individual control if several factors are present. In fact, here are three factors on which flexibility depends and that can be controlled.