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RICE vs MEAT

The debate between RICE and MEAT for injury recovery isn’t about diet but methods. RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) was traditional, but MEAT (Movement, Exercise, Analgesia, Treatment) offers a science-based, long-term approach. Each has its place depending on the injury’s nature and stage. Combining elements of both methods may be the best approach.

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Level Up Your Self Care Game

Self-care means taking time for yourself, and it doesn’t have to be time-consuming. Even 5-10 minutes of mobility work with tools like Yoga Tune Up® therapy balls can make a big difference. Self-care workshops and short daily routines can help address various issues, making it essential for overall well-being.

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Yoga vs Yoga Tune Up®

Yoga isn’t for everyone, including me. It can be dull and challenging to stay engaged during classes. However, I discovered Yoga Tune Up®, a therapy that combines yoga, corrective exercise, and therapy with tools like therapy balls. This approach helps alleviate pain, improve posture, and enhance performance, making it a suitable alternative for those who don’t enjoy traditional yoga.

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Plantar Fasciitis (and how to fix it)

Plantar Fasciitis can be excruciating, but there’s more to its treatment than orthotics and shoes. Discover the benefits of going barefoot, strengthening muscles, and avoiding risky cortisone injections. Prioritize your foot health!

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