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by Donald Shrump Have you ever wondered just how exactly coffee works to you make you awake, become energetic, keep you up, and maybe make you more tired. Caffeine is known medically as trimethylxanthine, and the chemical formula is C8H10N4O2. An 8 oz. cup of coffee contains roughly 100mg of the DRUG caffeine (a central-nervous-system […]CONTINUE READING
While there are a variety of joint types in the human, all are under the influence of segmental stabilizers (muscles crossing that particular joint alone) and gross stabilizers (muscles crossing multiple joints). Assisting with joint stabilization are ligaments, joint capsules and fascial structures such as the iliotibial band. The ability for any joint complex in the human body to function without internal derangement during normal human activities requires the maintenance of an Optimal Instantaneous Axis of Rotation (OIAR) says world renowned Physical Therapy Shirley Sahrmann in her book Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement Impairment Syndrome.
Our body knows nothing of what muscle groups you are lifting today, only movements. Nearly all athletic movements can be summed in the Primal Movement Patterns that Paul Chek broke down under careful observation. Paul describes that everything we do is one or a combination of squatting, lunging, bending (like a deadlift), pushing, pulling, twisting/spiraling, and gait. During the continual changes that take place to preserve our equilibrium while moving through the primal patterns, the body is constantly activating an array of muscles in patterns of coordination that causes muscles to lose their identities. When we work out functionally with free weights, we train our muscle chains synergistically, in order to move our joints properly on their axis of rotation. When we work out on machines our joints are restricted. Our muscles adapt to seated postures, inappropriate axis of rotation, and supported spines causing deactivation of stabilizer muscles, like your core muscles.CONTINUE READING
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