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  • Choosing A Trainer

    Jan 27, 2014

    Stretching is very important to increase flexibility and decrease the chances of getting injured. Key points when stretching is to take your time and don’t hold the stretch too long. Muscles that are not held in a stretch long enough won’t release from its contracted state. Stretching a muscle too long and other connected muscles may ...

  • Get ready for the flu season and protect yourself

    Jan 27, 2014

    Many of our friends, clients, and patients here at Body Solutions Inc in Voorhees NJ have been getting sick. What do you expect, it’s the flu season. Well, I have some science proven, all natural, and safe recommendations on what nutrients to use to assist in your recovery. YOU WILL BE BETTER IN HALF THE TIME! Go to any nutrition store ...

  • Choosing the Right Exercise Program

    Jan 27, 2014

    Entering a fitness facility can be an overwhelming task.   The infinite number of thoughts that run through your mind can be exhausting.  You ask yourself: what should I do; how many sets; and reps? A majority of facilities have an endless amount of equipment to choose from which, causes your novice trainee to try ...

  • BJJ: Chess versus Checkers

    Jan 27, 2014

    Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is always described as a chess game. The art involves a strategic application, and not to just jump into conclusions moves, to become successful against its opponents. I feel that there is a time for chess then there is a time to play checkers. No doubt that when wearing the “gi” in Jiu Jitsu, does the sport become ...

  • Armlocks Are One Thing To Lookout For On the Mats, Staph Infection Too!

    Jan 27, 2014

    Getting caught with an armlock is one thing. All you have to do is tap and reset. The last thing you want happening is to catch staph infection from the mats you are training on. There’s no tapping and resetting from that. Gyms all over the place are ignoring the disinfecting part of caring for the mats. I’ve been in a lot of places and it ...

  • “Screw all your politics!”- Soulfly

    Jan 27, 2014

    How many of you have just had it with being involved with a Jiu Jitsu school that runs like a factory! I understand about being a team, representing your dojo, but man, it’s still martial arts not a military. Martial arts were developed as self defense tactics, for the people at the time, to learn how to protect themselves from intruders in ...

  • Know the Basics in BJJ

    Jan 27, 2014

    It is important to master the basics in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu before trying new things. Remember it’s not about the belt it’s about the skill. You may think you know the basics but how much do you really understand them? If you are trying to showcase, you are already in the wrong mind set. In my white/blue belt days, I was one of those ...

  • Alzheimer’s and Massage

    Jan 27, 2014

    Alzheimer’s disease is a common form of dementia of unknown cause, characterized by memory lapses, confusion, emotional instability, and progressive loss of mental ability. There is no cure for this disease. In the United States, more and more elderly are living longer and Alzheimer’s seems to target the elderly. It’s been seen and ...

  • Aromatherapy Integrated w/ Massage Therapy

    Jan 27, 2014

    Massage Therapy has been around for thousands of years and is considered the first therapeutic touch. The benefits of a well designed therapeutic massage can assist one’s being with faster healing through acute, sub-acute or chronic phases of trauma to the body. It is shame that the future of massage has been driven to local spas and so our ...

  • The Power of Massage Revitalizes Women Battling Breast Cancer

    Jan 27, 2014

    Massage can do more than relax and revitalize you. More growing research is recognizing the recuperative values of massage as part of a wellness routine and the ability of massage being a great source of therapy to improve overall well-being, especially when experiencing a serious health condition, such as breast cancer. A recent study published ...