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Below are some articles and videos that you may find helpful.

Dream Rangers
Created by Ogilvy Taiwan, Creative Director: Jennifer Hu
The documentary of the journey of senior motorcyclists - must watch!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vksdBSVAM6g
Motivational Football Coach Teaches How to Overcome Our Limits!
Give me your best. Watch this football coach teaches a valuable lesson that the only limits we have are the limits we place on ourselves
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozztKbU3Btk
Thera-Band Academy
The Academy has over 700 exercises using Thera-Band products (or rubber tubing) that you can search for and create your own exercise program. You can also find product exercise manuals here.
How Massage Heals Sore Muscles
Nicholas Bakalar, NY Times
A massage after vigorous exercise unquestionably feels good, and it seems to reduce pain and help muscles recover. Many people both athletes and health professionals have long contended it eases inflammation, improves blood flow and reduces muscle tightness. But until now no one has understood why massage has this apparently beneficial effect. (read more)
   
Back Care Tips  

Canadian Chiropractic Association
Helpful articles about back care. Back health is important. Your spine and the related muscles, ligaments and nerves work together to keep you upright, and support the movement of your whole body.  (read more)

Exercise Ball Therapy for Lower Back Pain Relief
Thomas E. Hyde, DC, DACBSP, CKTP, FCCSS (Hon), Spine-Health
The exercise ball is an exercise treatment option for back pain sufferers and is designed to help prevent or minimize further episodes of low back pain as part of a rehabilitation program. The exercise ball is effective in rehabilitation of the back because it strengthens and develops the core body muscles that help to stabilize the spine... (read more)
Low Back Pain Exercise Guide
Stretches/exercises that can be done at home for someone with low back pain.
Regular exercises to restore the strength of your back and a gradual return to everyday activities are important for your full recovery. Your orthopaedic surgeon and physical therapist may recommend that you exercise 10 to 30 minutes a day 1 to 3 times a day during your early recovery. (read more)
Staying Healthy This Winter: Tips for safe snow shovelling
Bryan Lynd - Kinesiologist, CSEP-CPT
Increased snowfall means an unwanted increase in physical activity for most residents. As most of us Canadians know, shovelling snow can be physically demanding. (read more)
Exercise Tips for Shoveling Snow
Nancy Howard, DailySpark
With much of the country experiencing an unseasonable amount of snow this winter many of us are finding ourselves digging out the snow shovel to clear our paths. But we must be mindful that while snow shoveling can give one quite a workout,it does come with some risks, as well as benefits. (read more)
Tips To Shovel Snow Safely
Rome Neal / CBS/ December 5, 2007
Typical winter conditions that include a little more than an inch of snowfall and chilly temperatures that dip below 20 degrees cause death rates from heart attacks to triple among men 35 to 49 years old. One of the main culprits responsible for this upswing is snow shoveling (read more)
   
Posture  
Posture Pointers
Good posture can make you look and feel younger, stronger and more confident; and can help improve your breathing, advance your sports performance, decrease your risk of injury and improve your biomechanical efficiency. And, over the course of your life, good posture can prevent painful physical strain in your joints.  (read more)

Posture exercises at your desk
Poor posture while sitting at a desk is common among office workers. Exercises can be done to correct these problems by focusing on strengthening the abs, back and other core muscles. Stretching exercises for the neck and glutes also improve posture. (read more)

   

 

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