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Foundation Training for Back Pain & other Muscular Issues

Foundation Training for Back Pain & other Muscular Issues

Foundation Training, developed by Dr. Eric Goodman, is a movement-based program designed to alleviate back pain, improve posture, and enhance overall physical performance. The core principle of Foundation Training is to strengthen the posterior chain of muscles, which includes the muscles running along the back of the body, such as the glutes, hamstrings, and lower back muscles. Here’s an overview of the science, research, and benefits behind Foundation Training, particularly for low back pain.

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Cocaine, Addition, Risks, Detox Treatment an In-Depth Look

Cocaine, Addition, Risks, Detox Treatment an In-Depth Look

Among people who snort cocaine, more than half have some type of complication such as intranasal crusting, chronic sinusitis, and/or recurrent nosebleeds.9 Other snorting-related conditions include loss of smell and problems swallowing.4 Snorting cocaine can also result in lung injury and barotrauma, which is physical damage to body tissues caused by a pressure-related change in body compartment gas volume (such as the pressure inside the lung vs. the surrounding fluid).

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Struggling at the Gym? Try a Tutu

Struggling at the Gym? Try a Tutu

Sam Lindauer, a competitive bodybuilder in Hanover, N.H., used to always reach for leggings before heading to the gym. These days, she’s wearing a tutu.

The 31-year-old fitness coach was scrolling TikTok in April when she came across a pink skort with a tulle overlay from the brand Popflex and decided to give it a whirl. 

“It definitely looks out of place, at a bodybuilding gym of all places, but I’ve only gotten compliments,” Lindauer said. “It makes me feel like a Barbie.”

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Is That Food Ultra-Processed? How to Tell

Is That Food Ultra-Processed? How to Tell

In the grocery store, shoppers wade through rows and rows of ultra-processed foods. But you can find less-processed versions of yogurt, snack bars, and other favorite items—if you know what to look for.

There is growing concern from nutrition researchers, public health experts, and parents about the amount of ultra-processed foods in the American diet. Recent research has linked diets high in ultra-processed foods to increased risks of obesity, Type 2 diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, and depression.

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