It’s that day and age that technology has almost taken over our lives; there’s countless brands that make various versions of the same piece of equipment/accessory. There are so many different choices that we forget what we actually need in what we are looking for. This applies to fitness trackers.
As opposed to the standard running shoe that most of us used to use for everything sports/exercise related a decade or so ago, nowadays, as like everything else, there are many different options available.
Last week we discussed the causes of hip complex tightness and weakness and how we can reduce these aches and pains. Today we are going to talk about how we can fix tightness in our upper back and neck; why we might be prone to such problems and solutions that we can use.
One of the body’s primary functions is movement: Be it walk, run, sit, stand, carry objects from one place to another or carry out sporting activities. As humans we are not made to sit at a desk for a prolonged period of time 5 days a week and this is the main reason why the majority of people with office jobs suffer from frequent aches and pains.