A Closer Look at Functional Training: Movements, Methods, and More

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Introduction What is meant by functional training? Functional training refers to exercises that are designed to train the body for the activities performed in daily life. Unlike traditional weightlifting, which often targets specific muscles, functional training involves multiple muscle groups and joints, simulating common movements such as lifting, bending, or twisting. What is the main goal of functional training? The main goal of functional training is to enhance the ability to perform everyday activities. By focusing on movements that are natural and common in daily life, functional training aims to improve overall strength, flexibility, coordination, and balance.…

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Office Socialization Means Lesser Stress and Better Work

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How many hours do you spend in the office everyday? And how many days in the week do you stay in your workplace? And if youve been working for years, well, imagine how much of your life you’ve literally lived in the office. Do the math how many hours has it been, or days, or years since you’ve been a regular office dweller. A study by The McKinsey Global Institute shows that productivity improves by 20-25% in organizations with connected employees. Considering you basically inhabit your workplace on a regular basis and for a significant amount of time, you have to make means to make it a better place.…

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Going About Efficiently with Ergonomics

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Neck and back pain are among the most common complaints in households and offices. Quite a large number of people seek treatment for these conditions. Almost everybody seems to be susceptible to neck or back pain. From the 8 to 5 white collar worker, even blue collar workers, and yes, housewives who go about daily with common chores. A good ergonomic workstation may provide the kind of support that helps reduce neck and shoulder pain. Trauma more often causes these conditions. It may not so much be with falls or accidents, but more commonly with microtrauma and repetitive trauma that neck and back pain may arise.…

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