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It’s practically inevitable…the knees are a noisy, cranky joint. According to research, it’s far more common to hear frequent cracks and pops than to have ‘silent’ tissues. Due to our human nature, however, these noises can generate fear and even affect the types of physical activities we partake in. Working…

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Effectively warming up before a workout can not only prevent injury but greatly improve your performance throughout the session. Due to many folks resorting to jumping jacks and treadmill jogs, there are many productive and transformative warm-up exercises that frequently get thrown to the wayside. Well, today it’s time to…

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