Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Fitness & Rehab Newsletter #45

Fitness & Rehabilitation Newsletter

In Issue #45:

- Special Announcement
- More Details on the Foundations for Function Course
- Healing Through Movement Blog

Special Announcement

Announcing Healing Through Movement Publications

With courses wrapping up in early December, I have had a chance to finish off a few writing projects for the general public. It has been one of my goals to build on my article writing and progress to book writing. I have had a number of partial projects on the go and it is great to get a few of them done. I will be getting the last edits from my editor this week and I will let you know more details on December 18, 2007.

Core Stability of the Back

Core stability muscles play an important role in all activities of daily living. They enable us to perform the simplest of activities and help us maintain good posture. When ignored, however, core stability muscles become weak and the risk of lower back pain and instability increases. In the Core Stability of the Back book you will learn about the key muscles of the core, how to locate these muscles in the body, how to activate them and an effective program to create a strong and stable back.

Your Stability Ball Exercise Book

You bought a stability ball, now what? This guide will take you through 23 exercises that target your legs, chest, back and abdominals. The guide includes two stability ball workouts you can follow based on your fitness level and a stretch routine you can do with the stability ball.

Most Effect Gluteus Maximus Exercises

A common area that people want to exercise are their glutes. There are a number of common exercises people do but resent research has determined which glutes exercises are the most effective. In this guide will help you learn about the most common glut exercises and which ones are the most effective in working your gluteus maximus, hamstrings and gluteus medius.

Foundations for Function Returns to Vancouver

It is exciting to have the Foundations for Function course offered again in Vancouver . Anthony Carey will be coming up from San Diego to present the assessment protocols and exercise details he has used to build a very successful corrective exercise business in San Diego .

For the full outline of the course
Click Here


Fall Prevention Program

Price Difference Between Canadian and US Dollar

Americans Drinking More and Drinking More High-Calorie Beverages

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Newsletter written and published by Rick Kaselj -

About Rick Kaselj

Rick Kaselj is a Registered Kinesiologist and ACE Certified Personal Trainer with a passion for exercise therapy. Rick designs effective exercise programs that safely and rapidly helps one recover from injury, medical conditions and musculoskeletal pain. Rick presents courses on exercise therapy across Canada and publishes a monthly [FITNESS & REHAB] newsletter for health and fitness professionals looking for the latest information on improving health, fitness, rehabilitation and sport. To reach Rick or to subscribe to his monthly newsletter, call (604) 532-5248 or visit www.HealingThroughMovement.com .
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