Usain Bolt has been declared the “fastest man in the world.” While this hasn’t always been technically true, he has won so consistently at the 100-meter distance throughout his career that the nickname “lightning bolt” seems like a pretty good fit. He has won 6 Olympic gold medals, never placing for silver or bronze. In other world championships, he has collected 8 first place wins and 2 second place finishes. During his time competing In youth championships, he regularly took first place, rarely second, and never third. For the tiny island nation of Jamaica, Usain Bolt is a hero. He’s confident. “I told you all I was going to be No. 1, and I did just that.” While he’s a supremely confident competitor, he’s also humble and cordial.
Facts you should know about Chiropractic.
Chiropractic may make your pregnancy more comfortable.
Studies have shown that women are able to carry and deliver children with more comfort when receiving chiropractic care.Back pain, which is a common symptom in pregnancy may indicate the presence of SUBLUXATIONS.
Tuning up high performance sports car produces better performance. Athletes know that the body is no different. You can put the best fuel into a sports car but if there is a dysfunction in the engine the car will still break down or underperform. Estimates say we will spend £529 million on sports supplements per year by 2019, but up until now only the top athletes will get assessed for how well the body is working before it breaks down. First you need to know how the human body works.
Electricity flows through power lines and messages of communication flow through phone cables... but the 'power' that flows through Nerve fibres is far more intricate, intelligent and critical to your Life.
With the 6 Nations championship in full flight there have once again been big concerns over the repetitive head trauma experienced by not just international players, but players of all ages and levels. Hollywood has also recently weighed in on the issue with Will Smith’s recent blockbuster “Concussion” and an outstanding lawsuit in the US involving over 20,000 retired NFL players who will be awarded in the region of $675million in compensation for the long term effects on their life – some, like Junior Seau who committed suicide in 2012 will be compensated posthumously. The name given to this condition is chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).
Dan Biggar was a true welsh hero during the 2015 Rugby World Cup but a certain craze regarding him also received a lot of attention from the media. They called it the Dan Biggar Macarena. Before each kick he would perform a ritual or movement pattern that resembled the Macarena dance. The questions that need to be asked are why does he do it and does it help?
If you decide to take up golf without investing in a few lessons first (like our friend former NBA All Star, Charles Barkley did) you’re bound to develop some bad habits. And once those bad habits get locked into muscle memory, don’t expect a few training sessions to fix it! It’s going to take time and repetition to undo the damage.
It’s not uncommon to see clients who get great results from chiropractic stop their care once they feel good, only to return with their original problem or something worse. Many repeat this cycle over and over again - traveling up and down the feel good, feel bad roller coaster of temporary relief, without truly getting healthy.
If you’ve ever crashed your bicycle and twisted the handle bars out of whack, you probably got up, stabilized the front tire between your knees and muscled the frame back into alignment before hopping on again. Everyone knows riding a bike with crooked steering could put you at risk for another spill down the road.
There’s an old adage that says “...if you don’t use it, you lose it.” Nothing could be more true when it comes to inactivity and losing normal function in your body - and your lifestyle may be to blame.