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Andrea Lawson
We’re looking for motivated individuals who are passionate about helping people reach their health and fitness goals to participate in our next internship program. A Balance In Motion internship will give you the opportunity to work alongside our kinesiology team and coach a variety of clients; including athletes, people rehabilitating from injury and our general...
They are actually very common and are exacerbated by instability and weakness, and often pain is a result.  In this article, we are sharing 3 exercises that we recommend adding to your program or daily routine to address knee instability. Or, if you’re one of the lucky ones, it can simply be to maintain healthy...
Instead of being (or wanting to be!) “more flexible,” it may be worth it to shift your focus to having more controlled flexibility. Having this controlled strength and stability in a greater range of motion is more valuable and can serve as injury prevention.  Consider this: if you only stretched to improve your range of...
In order to go fast, it’s essential that you are able to slow down.  Or, another way to think of it is, the faster you can slow down, the quicker you can change directions and re-accelerate to your top speed. This is especially important when it comes to changing directions both for performance and for...
In this article, we are going to be focussing on the tricep muscles!  The triceps brachii are the muscles on the back of your upper arm – hopefully this comes as no surprise to you. The ‘tri’ refers to the three individual heads to this muscle group: the medial head, the lateral head and the...
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