Pathology of Fractures and Fracture Healing

Pathology of Fractures and Fracture Healing

When we think of bone, we generally think of a skeleton, hard dead tissue. However, bone is a living, growing tissue made mostly of collagen. The human skeleton is the internal framework of the body. Collagen is a protein that provides a soft framework, and calcium...
CYCLING PHYSICAL CONDITIONING

CYCLING PHYSICAL CONDITIONING

THE KEY COMPONENTS THAT MAKE UP OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE, COMFORT AND REDUCED INJURY RISK! It might not all be about maximal power output, watts per kilo or functional threshold. In order to perform at a high level the body must be in good condition and power output is...
The Basics of Core Stability

The Basics of Core Stability

Introduction: The aim of core stability training is to effectively recruit the trunk musculature and then learn to control the position of the lumbar spine during dynamic movements. The Muscles: The deep trunk muscles, Transversus Abdominis (TA), Multifidus (MF),...