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It has often made me wonder why people do not do any strengthening for their necks. The neck is just like the rest of the spine and it must be stronger. After all, the average head weighs about 10-11 … [Read more...] about Your Neck is Weak and Why You Should Strengthen It
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Hopefully, if you’re reading this you have already made the biggest step and signed up for a 5k. The thought of tackling a 5k for the first time can seem daunting and overwhelming. The trick is to … [Read more...] about Couch to 5K: Five Strategies to Make it to the Finish Line and Avoid Injuries