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Calf Heart Attacks – Sports Medicine Article

April 24, 2013

Dealing with a weird but serious injury – Calf Heart Attacks Article by Sports Medicine The article is in PDF format, download and read the full article: Calf-Heart-Attack-Article-Sports-Med

The Stick: Give Him the Gift of Health

January 5, 2010

In December 2009, the Telegraph.co.uk reviewed items for holiday gifts. Here’s what they say about The Stick: A gizmo that’s good for you – what more could a man ask? We test the latest hi-tech, healthy gadgets… The Stick Perfect for runners who complain about their aches and pains. £31.99, from www.the-stick.co.uk and branches of […]

Roll away those knots with The Stick | GearTalk

January 4, 2010

Roadcyling.co.nz published an article on The Stick (January 1, 2010). Here’s an excerpt and a link to the full story: Jan 1st, 10. Sore muscles and cycling go hand and hand, but with daily use of The Stick this could be a thing of the past. Ben from RoadCycling.co.nz uses The Stick to roll away […]

The Stick for Cyclists

October 28, 2009

The Stick for Cyclists: The Cyclist published an article about alternative ways to improve fitness and athletic performance by repairing (or preventing) the damage caused by heavy training and exercise. In the article, Myofascial Release:  Or, “How I learned to love The Stick”, author Michael Troy highlights The Stick’s effectiveness and versatility in performing Myofascial Trigger […]

The Stick for Golfers

April 9, 2009

Boomer Golf News has published the article, The Stick helps Boomers enhance performance, reduce pain. Author Peter Blais discusses the benefits of The Stick for golfers, A product used by Olympic athletes is looking to make inroads in the golf market and could find a niche with Boomer-aged players seeking to play better, with less […]

Improve Speed by Increasing Stride Length

August 14, 2007

By Brian M. Hickey, PhD Florida A&M University College of Education Speed is often the deciding and prime factor in athletic competition. It is the result of flexibility and power. When force is applied over a greater range of motion – the potential for power and speed is multiplied… Research shows that an increase in […]

Muscle Management Techniques – Upper Leg

August 14, 2007

Intracell Technology targets the science and art of muscle management. The science is duplicated with trigger point therapy and myofascial release. The various instruments consummate the art. The intent is to simultaneously compress and stretch involuntarily contracted muscle using The Stick – and enhance the flow of critical body fluids. UPPER LEG To read a […]

Muscle Management Techniques – Lower Leg

August 13, 2007

Intracell Technology targets the science and art of muscle management. The science is duplicated with trigger point therapy and myofascial release. The various Intracell instruments consummate the art. The intent is to simultaneously compress and stretch involuntarily contracted muscle. This process also, enhances the desired flow of critical body fluids. The therapeutic goal is to […]

How I Manage Plantar Fasciitis

July 26, 2007

By Dee Clement, M Ed, MA Exercise Physiologist The plantar fascia is a tough thick band. Its 3 fibrous structures help hold up the arch – from the heel to the ball of the foot. A rich blood supply and high degree of flexibility are essential for proper functioning. A minor tear or pull in […]

Happy Feet

July 26, 2007

Think about it. The foot contains 26 bones and 33 joints – plus 126 ligaments, muscles and tendons. This architectural wonder absorbs a daily beating. Look at simple walking. Only one mile produces an equivalent of 127,000 pounds – to each foot. In a lifetime the average foot travels about 115,000 miles. Wow! And, at […]

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