Improve your run between seasons

Improve your run between seasons

Improve your run between seasons
That's a term that refers to developing strong muscle groups that will support the primary movers—psoas, trapezius, abs, obliques, lats and glutes. Lastly, you should do exercises that build stability and balance, such as static lunges on a stability …
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Hula hoop your way to fitness
They are located in front of the pelvis and upper thigh, comprise the psoas major, illiacus, rectus femoris, pectineus and sartorius. Hula hooping will really build your hip flexors and strengthen and stabilize where you need it. From what I can tell …
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Risk for Falls Higher in THA and TKA Patients With Nerve Blocks
This changed in 2006, when continuous femoral and psoas compartment blocks were instituted. To quantify the incidence of falls, the researchers extracted data from quality-control records and an orthopedics database. Data were compared from three years …
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