Core Stability of the Shoulder

Core Stability of the Shoulder

July 12, 2011 Rick Kaselj

DESCRIPTION: The importance of core stability when it comes to the function, stability and strength of the back has been well researched and publicized. In the shoulder exists a group of muscles that have similar […]

Balance Training for the Rehab Client

Balance Training for the Rehab Client

February 27, 2011 Rick Kaselj

DESCRIPTION: The importance of range of motion, strength and function when it comes to recovering from an injury is common knowledge. What is often overlooked yet equally important in ankle, knee and back injury recovery […]

Nick Tumminello Seminar in Vancouver

Nick Tumminello Seminar in Vancouver

February 2, 2011 Rick Kaselj

I am so excited to have this international presenter come to Vancouver and share his knowledge with the fitness professionals out here! It’s Nick Tumminello – he is one of the heavyweights in the fitness industry. Nick promises to […]

More Stupid Fitness Toys

January 14, 2011 Rick Kaselj

I hate to say it, but in 2011 we will see more stupid fitness toys. Yes, that is Prediction #9 for 2011. #9 – Stupid Fitness Toys This stuff cracks me up, but I also […]

Exercise Rehabilitation on the Rise copy

Exercise Rehabilitation on the Rise

December 20, 2010 Rick Kaselj

Prediction #1: Exercise Rehabilitation on the Rise In 2011, we will see more and more people with injuries heading to fitness professionals for help. Experts in Exercise Rehabilitation Consumers will be looking for people that […]

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