nervous system

After some soul searching, I hope you will set your ego aside and admit that some of the things you've been doing may be holding you and your clients back.
Your brain's number one priority is self-preservation. If it doesn’t function your body dies. So above all else, it prioritizes it's own protection.
This study suggests that physical strength might stem as much from exercising the nervous system as the muscles it controls.
Your nervous system doesn't speak in movement, but in feeling. You can be your own best coach if you learn to listen to your senses during your workouts.
We will never be able to get what we want from our body until we supply what it needs.
Get rid of the roadblocks that stand in the way of turning your gym grind into productive play.
This routine will prepare you physically and neurologically, without leaving you fatigued.
There's more to good posture than simply standing up straight.
Your pre-jogging routine is likely one of two things. One's a waste of time. The other radically improves your results.
The primary purpose of the brain is movement. So what are you doing to train the brain?
Your brain and body are connected. Gain motor control by improving your hardware and software.
The biology of stress can affect your pistol accuracy, but there is a way to condition yourself for the stresses of violent situations.
Regaining lost movement patterns and soothing trigger points are the keys to improving gait.
Our bodies evolved to make us stronger and less vulnerable during times of danger. As athletes, we pump this system daily. The downside? Our bodies are not so good at turning off this system.
We hear a lot about the importance of hydration, but recently scientists looked at the impact of hydration on the autonomic nervous system and discovered a critical reason for water's importance.
Scientists are looking at the relationship between the nervous system and exercise, and how they can benefit each other. Here are 10 things they found exercise can do for your brain.
As a chiropractor I hear a lot of questions and concerns. What is chiropractic? When did I first have it done and how often do I do it? What does it even do? Here are the answers I tell my patients.