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7 Easy Ways to Take Your Workouts to the Next Level. by Anthony J. Yeung. October 2, 2017. 1 Comment. Read on to learn exactly how to take your workout to the next level each and every time.

1. WARM UP CORRECTLY. It’s not easy to go from a 10-hour work day to an hour-long workout with squats and deadlifts. If you want to get your body and.

7 tips to take your workout to the next level part 1 Author: MANUEL ZIERER Fitness Bikini bodies are made in winter, which is why we’re giving you the first three of seven simple tips to follow if you want to improve your training and take the results to the next level. If you want to take your workout routine to the next level, commit to getting stronger in the areas where you struggle. For example, maybe your hamstrings aren’t getting worked as much as your quads, or you’re great at pushups but can’t do a pull-up to save your life. To take your workouts to the next level, select a skill that you are not good at and then practice.

Learn how to do double-under’s with the jump rope. Train towards your first muscle up. Take a fencing, jiu-jitsu, or swimming class. Select a skill that you find difficult initially and enjoy the mental and physical benefits as you progress. To avoid overtraining, increase your total exercise time, distance or intensity gradually.

Alternate hard and easy workouts from one day to the next, and build in time for rest and recovery. Once you’ve reached a new fitness level, take a moment to congratulate yourself on how far you’ve come!But for anyone hoping to push past a pesky plateau, or even the everyday exerciser simply looking to take their workout to the next level, the following exercise progressions will show you how to take some of the most common and popular fitness moves and kick them up a notch or two. It’s sounds about that time to take things to the next level. Here’s five tips to get you back on track to hitting a whole new peak of fitness. is the safest and smartest way to go about.

6 Simple Ways to Take Your Workout to The Next Level Make sure you choose a device that is easy to handle during your workout. Take time to relax. After you have put in all the work, just chill. Make sure you set aside time for a relaxing moment to give yourself and your body a break. Taking a break is the best way to prevent burn out.

One Easy (and free) Way to Take Your Workout to the Next Level Home Amanda Presgraves One Easy (and free) Way to Take Your Workout to the Next Level “The key to long-term success is a willingness to disrupt your own comfort for the sake of continued growth” – Todd Henry. This doesn’t mean to just lift heavier and heavier weights. It’s about more than that. It’s about taking on new skills, new goals or new ways of approaching fitness.

I’ve been thinking about taking it to the next level myself and here are some things I am pondering (and perhaps you could too): Running has never been easy for me.

List of related literature:

5, 3, 1 This is a programme developed by Jim Wendler with the idea that it’s simple, easy to follow and the main thing is it gets results.

“Strength and Conditioning for Combat Sports” by Darren Yas Parr
from Strength and Conditioning for Combat Sports
by Darren Yas Parr
Crowood, 2018

With one tap on the app, Fitbod creates my next workout, removing the discomfort of uncertainty by quickly telling me which exercises to do, in what order, how much weight to lift, how many repetitions to do, and even how long to rest between sets.

“Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products” by Nir Eyal, Ryan Hoover
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by Nir Eyal, Ryan Hoover
Penguin Publishing Group, 2014

And just because we listed a gazillion exercises in the training section doesn’t mean you must start by doing all of them.

“SpeedRunner: 4 Weeks to Your Fastest Leg Speed In Any Sport” by Pete Magill
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by Pete Magill
VeloPress, 2018

D) Dumbbell Walking Lunge 4x20 steps Rest 60 seconds EXERCISE SETS X REPETITIONS E) Barbell Seated Calf Raise 4 x 10 A) Sumo Deadlift 4 x 8 (emphasize eccentric) Rest 90 seconds B)

“Men's Health Natural Bodybuilding Bible: A Complete 24-Week Program For Sculpting Muscles That Show” by Tyler English, Editors of Men's Health Magazi
from Men’s Health Natural Bodybuilding Bible: A Complete 24-Week Program For Sculpting Muscles That Show
by Tyler English, Editors of Men’s Health Magazi
Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale, 2013

The following are seven of my favorite workouts.

“Natalie Jill's 7-Day Jump Start: Unprocess Your Diet with Super Easy Recipes-Lose Up to 5-7 Pounds the First Week!” by Natalie Jill
from Natalie Jill’s 7-Day Jump Start: Unprocess Your Diet with Super Easy Recipes-Lose Up to 5-7 Pounds the First Week!
by Natalie Jill
Hachette Books, 2016

Part 3 provides the fundamentals for optimal strength and physique training, from training frequency (how often you work out) and set and repetition or rep schemes (how many times your perform the exercise) to creating realistic goals and expectations, as well as dietary guidelines.

“Glute Lab: The Art and Science of Strength and Physique Training” by Bret Contreras, Glen Cordoza
from Glute Lab: The Art and Science of Strength and Physique Training
by Bret Contreras, Glen Cordoza
Victory Belt Publishing, 2019

We also listed the nine training principles that are most important to your fastest body transformation and continuous progress.

“Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle: Transform Your Body Forever Using the Secrets of the Leanest People in the World” by Tom Venuto
from Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle: Transform Your Body Forever Using the Secrets of the Leanest People in the World
by Tom Venuto
Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale, 2013

A great way to mix them up: Do one of the first three workouts early in the week, then choose a second from numbers 4 through 7 later in the week, at the track.

“The Men's Health Big Book of Exercises: Four Weeks to a Leaner, Stronger, More Muscular YOU!” by Adam Campbell
from The Men’s Health Big Book of Exercises: Four Weeks to a Leaner, Stronger, More Muscular YOU!
by Adam Campbell
Rodale, 2009

This menu is hardly an exhaustive list of workouts.

“The Cyclist's Training Bible” by Joe Friel
from The Cyclist’s Training Bible
by Joe Friel
VeloPress, 2012

I have saved all these for last, because I think aerobic routines should be done first.

“Natural Health, Natural Medicine: The Complete Guide to Wellness and Self-Care for Optimum Health” by Andrew Weil
from Natural Health, Natural Medicine: The Complete Guide to Wellness and Self-Care for Optimum Health
by Andrew Weil
Houghton Mifflin, 2004

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  • I think that you should delete the ad by Epoch Times, as it is a Trump far right newsletter filled with half truths and lies, as Trump expounds daily.

  • I wish I could find a good doctor that takes the time to truly listen and do the necessary tests to rule out things… I’ll leave the doctor always still wondering what’s wrong.

  • Have just tried the rolled socks under my back and have to say that it literally helped reducing my pain like 50% after a couple of minutes
    How often can this be done per day? And for how long for the pain to go away completely?

  • I went to the ER twice thinking I was having a heart issues two different doctors told me it was what they are talking about. However mine doesn’t hurt coughing or sneezing it’s just non-stop pain in my chest left side and some tingle in my hand and pain in the back.

  • Omg I just did it with a football and all my pain went away!! I am so relaxed right now!! You have made a new subscriber and I liked this video!!! Thank you soooo much!!

  • I fall because my right ankle gives way….either from stepping on a pebble on the sidewalk or stepping into a small hole in my yard and boom! Down I go….all my life this has happened and I have never been injured…I go down like a sack of potatoes

  • I am an Orthopaedic Surgeon myself got costochondritis left 3rd rib…. Your simple exercise… pain vanished like magic. No wonder you are the most popular physiotherapists online… In my opinion of course:)

  • I fall every time I close my eyes. (standing like you guys) Heel to toe falls to the left every time. My Dr doesn’t acknowledge the positive Rohmberg, when I mention it, they scuttle about it.

  • I thought that I had Costal neuralgia but I’ve figured out that it may actually be constochondrities. I had the worst sinus infection in December that lasted almost 3 weeks, horrible cough. Then since the 20th of Dec until now a rib pain, in the middle of the chest, 5,6 rib in the middle of my breast and before also a pain on the side of the rib only right hand side. All started after a 2 h flight where I kind of sat twisted with my head leaned on the window. It is better now after some painkillers and the cream but still here and it’s been 3,5 weeks it is on my back as well same spot as the front of the chest very painful while touching the inflamed areas and painful while sneezing of coughing
    I’ve never had that before
    No one from my family neither

  • For me, when I lay down to sleep, it feels really uncomfortable. I’ve had Costcondritis since January 5th, 2020. It stopped when I took the meds I was prescribed, for two whole weeks. Now it came back, and my back is sore as well. I know that my bed was the cause of this whole thing, as it got too damp, which messed with my posture when I slept. I’m trying to find the right mattress for me. Is there a way to lay down without aggravating it for the time being? I’ve slept on my back with pillows under my knees, which did help before, but now that my back is sore as well, it feels even more uncomfortable. It starts to feel like I’m having a heart attack. I’ve had my blood test done, as well as got an ECG of my heart, everything was healthy.

  • I had this chest pain at my left and my heartburn is bad. I did go to the ER twice because I thought it is my heart but it’s not. Last year I go to the ER again because I thought I had a heart attack and they send me to the heart center and did all the test and my heart is normal but I still have the left chest pain every time I carried heavy stuff. I also have an acidity. I want to know if this is costochondritis. Can someone tell me what kind of exercise I need to do? Thank you.

  • When you stepped up on the little bench you did not say which leg you step up and down with such as do you step up with injured leg or good leg?

  • Geeeez the number of whiners complaining about the office noise. SQUIRREL!!! If your attention and focus is that poor, get off YT and seek professional help.

  • Just found, and just fell in love with these videos. But….the step stool shown is absolutely an accident waiting to happen. It’s too light, too slidey, too narrow, it’s a disaster—-and should be edited out of this video. “Stand on something a bit bigger than a shoebox”……
    Sure. Look at Little Giant three stair step stool. The ultimate in safety.
    It’s extremely well balanced and stable, could and should be used for exercises. For the reasonable price, you could own more than one, keeping each at the ready, not just for tasks, but for exercising. Placed “just right” by the bed, it would be a stabilizer everyone can benefit from. Buy one for your PT studio, you’ll use it with every patient. https://www.littlegiantladder.com/collections/ladders/
    We need to support well made items, and drive cheap, plastic, unsafe items out. Please educate others that older family members need help. Survey the home, take phone pictures, remove obstacles, replace flimsy furniture with proper height. Chairs with sturdy arms, test them all through the house, we not only need a little boost, we need to get oriented, having a chair back strategically placed, can help.What you show is excellent advice. Exercises like these should be called…good practice. Practice makes perfect.

  • Thank you for this. After going to the er and an ent, I had an MRI done and they think I may have had a stroke. My balance is completely off and my dizziness is terrible! I am definitely going to try this.

  • Went to the doctor told it was a muscle strain and walk around. Pain got so bad i went to the er x rays blood tests other tests. Costocondritis on tons of meds cant sleep due to the prickly pain that is getting worse at the front. Ice and meds help but trying to sleep is hell. Tried the socks… felt ok no pain, stretches still no pain. Its been 2 weeks of a few broken hours a night of sleep and lucid nightmares bordering on insanity with how messed up they are. All because i slept leaning weird and folded over at the bottom of the ribs with my chin on my chest for 5 hours…. ONCE. Im going to try to sleep now. I hope i get some kind of relief from trying these. Will update.

  • I’ve been noticing that I loss my balance while walking more from walking normal gate to walking with a cane and in crowds I use a walker… Cerebral palsy from birth

  • i get a VERY sharp pain right below my left chest and when it’s really bad it radiates all the way back to my left shoulder blade. it leaves me debilitated for 2 to 3 days. tends to happen every 3 or 4 months but seems to be getting more frequent. it is so frustating:(((

  • can anybody help me figure out if i have this? I only feel a pain in the left side of my chest when i wale up n twist a certain way but the more i twist the more it goes away. until i feel nothing. then i dont really feel anything. until i go to sleep n wake up again. and repeat. and my chest isnt tender. can anyone help me out dont wanna panic or stress out also my chest doestnt feel tender

  • If these two guys would just STOP talking to each other, this video would only be 8 minutes long. Also, we don’t need to watch one guy doing the exercises while the other one stands around making comments. Get over your ego’s and make a decent video!


  • Could you guys do a video on costochondral separation rehab?

    I got a ‘snap’ in the ribs three inches below and lateral to the sternum while wrestling.

  • I recently purchased an air compressor from Harbor freight. It didn’t end up meeting the power requirements for the application that I needed it for, so I chose to return it. The day had finally come where I decided to clean the air compressor up before returning it. I drained the oil and everything & brought it back to the store almost as new as when I purchased it. While I was pulling it from out of my basement stairwell, the weight shifted and then the compressor ended up almost falling down the stairs because it was so top-heavy. The reason I said almost was because I ended up lunging towards it and grabbing it somehow, before it actually landed on the stairwell and slid down the stairwell and cracked or broke. I literally caught all that weight w/ my rib cage & arms & sheer determination. It was absurd. You had to have been there to witness the sheer willpower someone of my weight & height had to have, in order to even be capable of what I had done. (Very Awkward Angle)
    I’ve been in pain for a week straight from the occurrence & I firmly believe it’s costochondritis. The pain is exactly in the 4th 5th & 6th rib cage.

  • I think I have that, except for me the pain is further back toward my back, not in the front of the chest at all. I was diagnosed with costochondritis a few years ago but I’ve also had chronic kidney stones.

  • I appreciate all of your videos. Thank you. I’ve fallen and thank goodness I am able to get up. I have MS with weakness and I’m always looking for activities to improve my balance.

  • I have these kind of pain for more than 2 years, I’ve seen several doctors and physiotherapists. I gave up spending my money in massage that doesn’t solve anything… it affects my life because it affect my mental. I don’t expect solutions from this comment section, but it’s good to share my side.

  • Wow thank you so much! I woke up lastnight with horrible sharp pains. I’ve had this before about two years ago so I knew what it was. Usually it goes away within a few hours. Well it wasn’t going away. I did your excercises and there is much improvement. I’ll keep doing them throughout today. Again thank you for your wisdom.

  • A cleaner method to prevent chain slap is using bartape and wrapping then tying it around then using zip ties on each end of the tap to keep it in place, if done properly it will look sleek and you can get cheap bar tape in virtually any color so you can accent it with this trick as well

  • This is great information. I hope you will consider re-doing this video without all the background noise, and making the dos and don’ts clearer for those who are elderly or hard of hearing. I love your channel.

  • Hi Guys,

    I’ve had two hip replacements and a knee. I’m looking for a way to get fit as I’m only 56. I’m worried that I’ll cause myself more injury if I don’t exercise correctly. What can you suggest please. Thanks Anj

  • can the sharp pain for Costochondritis be right in the middle of the ribcage/chest? is it common that the pain generates a cough?

  • Thank you both so much for the video. I’ve had bad pain on both sides of my sternum for over two years now. It usually feels like my whole front chest wall is clenched and in very bad aching (not sharp) pain. It’s quite bad when I’m sitting or standing upright, especially when sitting or standing still. I can aggravate the pain when pushing hard on my sternum or between my ribs (maybe #6 &7) on both sides of the sternum but most of the pain feels under the ribs and like I cannot touch it from the outside. The pain pretty much goes away completely when I lay down, however. This might be because my breathing gets shallower when I lay down to rest. I’m wondering if these symptoms are consistent with costochondritis. I’ve had other tests (ekg, CT scan, mri, endoscopy) and they all came up negative. Thank you for your help!

  • damn this helps. my stupid doctor said there was nothing to do and i even had to go to a private x-ray place to get MR photos… so many incompetent people in this world.

  • I really have learned a lot from the two of you. You explain things so that we can understand the exercise and why not to do it other ways that might seem easier. You always explain the whys and the what is best and why it is best to do it certain ways. Thank you both for these videos that have helped me more than I can say. Keep up the good work. You surely have helped a lot of people improve their health and lives.

  • Advising to take off reflectors? Tut tut that’s a health and safety hazard and could increase the risk of children getting hit by cars and early signs of breast cancer.

  • I am a Physical Therapist myself..these techniques do work wonders.I had a 9/10 pain yesterday on my R lateral trunk at my lower Right ribs actually.It hurt to press on the organs below it too and the pain radiated mostly laterally.I went to Kaiser Hospital at 9pm since the pain was excruiating. they said it may be costochondritis and gave flexeril(muscle relaxant) and 600mg of Ibuprofen. It certainly felt better after meds..but I am wondering if its common for the costochondral pain to be on the R lateral ribs and not on near the breastbone??

  • I think this is what I have but for the past year or so, I get chest pain randomly every couple months and it’s mostly dull at rest but super sharp pain when I try to take an inhale or a deep exhale, the pain is in the spots that Costocondritis is, but the pain is usually relieved by lifting my left arm. When I got in to see my doctor last time it was already almost feeling completely better and he said my chest was fine and sent me on my way but here I am a couple months later and it really hurts.

  • I have it right in the middle of my breast bone the most and in the middle of my back in the same spot. A lot of painful cracking if I stretch my chest outwards.

  • Hi there, when I do the exercises especially the twisting one, my breathing gets worse and pain/ibflammation comes on. Why could this be? Is my case severe? Even the ball on my back made everything shift, changed my breathing and caused pain…

  • Thank you very much for your video,i have been soo worried because i have been experiencing these symptoms, ( had to call out from my job today) it is so painful.Chest pain,swelling redness,tender to touch especially on the right chest.Will be seeing my Dr in the morning.

  • These guys aren’t experts. Did anyone out there notice that the only posted comments these guys kept were POSITIVE ones? Can’t take a little criticism there, Bob and Brad?????

  • I was diagnosed with costo….: the pain comes and goes…. but what barely goes away is the shortness of breath!! I don’t think most doctors make the connection between breathlessness and costo…. but I read forums that many people struggle with shortness of breath with this. I am desperate for some relief.

  • Beautiful exercises!!! Thank u soooo much for these. You guys give absolutely practical exercises for every topic! So proud to be subscribed with you! God bless!!

  • I was really enjoying this and finding it very useful until those numbskulls in the background started jabbering. Totally ruined it. Please film it again

  • this pain i have with mine is worse than when i broke my hand by far. literally cant move, breathe or sneeze or cough without being in excruciating pain.

  • Thanks for this video because i can’t walk due to TBI head injury due to motor accident. Left part of my body was affected. But what will i do if i can’t even move the fingers of my left hand? I’m left handed but i can use my right hand even using it for writing. hoping you could help me or even go here in the Philippines please. Hope you could response. God bless both of you

  • What do you know about “drop foot”? I just experienced hip replacement surgery and had a hematoma that compressed the sciatic nerve and I’m now left with drop foot. I’m only 49 years old and there were no indications that I would’ve had any complications from this hip surgery. I’m so upset about the resulting effects and need to know how long it will take to get the movement back in my foot. If ever? Are there recommended exercises?

  • Thank you for sharing these videos on fall prevention. I’ve been working with my mother-in-law using your techniques. She is prone to falls. Would you please recommend some techniques to assist getting up from the floor after a fall? Thanks so much!

  • To anyone who is reading and suffering from chronic costo. You can try homeopathic “Bryonia 30C”, a safe homeopathic medicine whose few drops can be mixed with small quantity of water thrice a day on empty stomach, half an hour before you eat breakfast, lunch and dinner. I was doubtful at first but found relief in 3 days and still taking it.

  • Bob & Brad….. can you explain the difference between chostrochondritis and intercostal pain?? My pain Dr finally diagnosed me with the latter. He had me going to a chiropractor and PT. I’m still having both of these issues ��

  • oh my my my.as long as both feet were on floor I was fine. has been 12 years since my stroke, still have to carry cane for balance. may be related to vision issue. no left peripheral in either eye. standing on one leg felt dangerous to me. no one to help me. live alone. can’t risk any more falls. too many already.

  • Thank you for these exercises. I used to have this nagging pain between my collarbone but more to my left side for 6 months. I was told it was costochondritis and my doctor prescribed nabumetone and I didn’t really want to take prescription meds. She didn’t say anything about exercises at all. So I started doing some of the exercises on here even just twisting made a difference. Instead of a ball I use a foam roller and also these exercises help with my lower back pains. Just moving your body makes a big difference. Thank you for this video.��

  • About tubeless: There must be a reason why NO manufacturer sells bikes without tubes. Once you found that reason you will stay with your tubes, too.

  • Some of my therapist before said there’s a sign of osteoporosis. Do you have any affiliated therapy rehabilitation here in the Philippines. I really wanted to walk so i could be with my daughter. Please response

  • I need a nerf ball. I’ve had costochondritis for 9 miserable years. Asthma makes it worse. Desperate for relief, thanks for this video.

  • I would zip tie my cables in front….. but I’m OCD and as soon as I tie them on I’ll be thinking I should have zipped them a quarter inch left or right, and I’d be cutting them and zipping them 100 times before I found the spot I want….. smh fuck me

  • Is it normal to have Costochondritis in just strictly your Sternum? My doctor says that’s what I have but I have no rib pain, only pain in the center of my chest more on the bone.

  • I think this may have been brought on by a week of bad posture, a bra that was too tight and lots of extra typing at my laptop…..When I cross my legs, I feel pressure (No pain at all) in my rib cage. I feel no breast lumps, no redness, no swelling, no shortness of breath. Sometimes there is tingling as well. I wont be able to get a dr. appt. soon. Any ideas?

  • My Costco is more of a pressure then a pain, I only feel pain when I press on the left side of my chest but it’s a constant pressure. Does anybody else feel it this way?

  • My son’s doctor said that he has costochondritis but says that the inflammation of his cartilage is pushing on the nerves making his belly incredibly painful as well. Would this work for him or is there something different he should try. He’s been in pain for about 2 weeks now and he’s on 800mg ibuprofen, 300 mg Neurontin (also on this for nerve issues in his back) and prevacid for other tummy issues.

  • I’ve been having this pain for about 6 months. Went to the emergency room 3 times and heart hospital once for a heart scan. I have had the EKG (With severe pain) and xrays, all showed a good heart. Its not really pain, more like a pressure in the center of chest that goes to the collar bone and shoulders. Tonight, I applied vicks vapor rub and it instantly went away.

  • Older people falling is mostly caused by us walking too fast for our age and not being able to handle tripping over defects in the walk ways. Our reflexes are slower, and our musculature is weaker so recovering from the initial trip is harder to achieve than for a younger person. If we remember our age and slow down we get much safer
    Otherwise can I recommend cleaning out the ears with ear wax solution? Great help to balance, I promise you

  • Had this on monday! Feelt a very sharp pain, like a knife going in. Dropped to the floor. Knew somehow by instinct that it was my ribs. Asked my wife to stand on by back, felt like 10 pops. Got up, stretched the chest and it felt way better. Got sore on my back during the day and the day after… so far so good.

  • I have a condition that I thought it was costochondritis. But in my case it was actually a rib out of place that was hitting the sternum. The popping sound in the sternum was the hint. The Drs always diagnosed me with costochondritis, and I never got better.
    What helped me was a series of stretches to increase my spine mobility. After my first session I felt almost immediate relief.

  • Found the exercises excellent. They echo what I do with my physiotherapist and what we do in the physio-gym activities. Well done fellas good one.

  • I absolutely love the encouraging vibes that this channel has. keep it up. This will be very helpful to my father who suffered a stroke.

  • This is great thank you for helping keep seniors safe from dangerous falls! More fall prevention tips, as well as suggestions on how to fall more safely, are outlined here: https://www.continuumcare.com/preparing-for-a-fall-could-be-your-best-fall-prevention-plan/

  • I see a lot of people say that it’s the left side that’s affected mine is on the right side and has recently spread to the left side hurting right below the breast around the ribs. I was told I had costochondritis 2 years ago no tests were done she just guesstimate from symptoms I told her. Gotten worse and like I said now hurting right below my breast rib on the left side my fear is a heart issue but i try not to think about that. I have fibro too.

  • When do you guys do your give aways & how can I apply? My grandma who has gone through A LOT of adversity & recently lost her daughter is in excruciating shoulder & lower back pain (suffering from worsened sciatica, stiff neck, etc due to recent two falls & TBI) & has limited range of motion/mobility balance issues. Can you guys do another therapeutic mattress/bed, knee wedge, or better yet a music glove, supine manual traction kit, or

  • I was like, what, a pair of socks? But it really works and gives such a relieve to the pain. I used two pairs pulled together and balled.

  • When should I start and what strengthening exercise 4 sprained ankle and foot. Its been 11 weeks since my fall and its still tender.

  • I got my left knee replacement surgery done about four months ago.Now my physio says that my pain and discomfort are because of slight tilt on left side causing extra pressure on left knee.
    What do you suggest me to correct my posture while walking.

  • First I’m 79. I was having problems with my feet and my balance, where I live in the UK we have streets that are cobbled and I felt very unsteady walking on them so avoided them, about three months ago I decided I must go to the doctor, I decided to look on line and came across a web site that recommended heel and toe walking, I tried it right away, my feet don’t bother me at all now and I make a point of walking down the cobbled streets on purpose now because I feel so confident.

  • I’ve had costo that originated in the front from midpoint up over breast. After years, it finally stopped. Now I have a brutal pain that originates in my back up under shoulder blade and steadily radiates around to front under breast. Constant pain not relieved by changing position. Feels spasm-y. Can costo behave this way?

  • Finally an answer to my pain. The money I have been charged by doctors only to be told it’s in my head! This has been since I was 10 and had been told it was growing pains or that time of the month.

  • Since I was a kid I’ve always had chest pain sharp shooting pains, and gets worse when I’m stressed, the doctor said it’s nothing, but now I have to crack my chest a few times a day and I’ve had pressure in the middle of my chest for days and heart palpitations and back pain ��

  • You guys are great and informative. But you should rename your video to “9 Balance Exercises……” instead of “7” because that is what I counted! Did you take math in college? (joking!)

  • I developed this after 7 weeks of bronchitis and non stop severe coughing. It is the weirdest thing i have experienced. It comes on suddenly and then goes away. It even bothers me sometimes when i eat. I feel it in the front center, back, side to side etc.

  • Firstly Thankyou Brad and Bob for helping others with ur videos!! I Had an injury 4 years back nd my pain is at left costosternal junction. Pain is on and off but again My pain started 2 months back when I lifted My 1 yr baby on My left Hand, since then i hav Been experiencing shortness of breathe.I Had taken an injection ä month bak i got some Relief with pain but still having sob. Living with sob is like hell. My doctor confirmed that sob is due to Rib pain nd mechanical Problem nd asked me to wait for one more month. I Dont know how to fix it nd when My breathing will b normal. help me out pls.. For me discomfort is more in sob than with the pain.

  • Suffering from a type of ache in the juncture from last month. Dr told it is of excessive exercise but now I have stop doing exercise but still it is paining……It a kind of pain in a front part of chest whenever I try to take a deep breath or stretch my body……is it costocondritis?

  • I think i injured myself weight lifting during a Crossfit session, not training for the past 10 weeks has been terrible and really getting me down. I have mild Kyphosis in the spine which has been OK the last ten years since i gave up rugby. My costo is mainly affecting ribs area low down on the right hand side and the sternum. I really feel for everyone that has to experience this:(

    I have purchased a backpod to try and help, fingers crossed! Thanks for the exercises, i am starting them right now, feels good!

  • Thank you guys, my husband fell and suffered a subdural hematoma. He was two months post craniotomy and had to have bypass surgery. He suffers from a weakness of his left side. His neurologist has put also given him a dx of dementia as a result of the brain injury. His memory is quite slow in returning. He only gets 1 day of PT and they have not started him on OT yet. Now with the pandemic we are asked to avoid Kaiser altogether because he is at high risk. Soooo I am so happy to find you guys online. What a blessing. He is getting very lazy and I can cast this to the tv and he can watch you guys. Thanks so very very much.

  • I was nearly in tears just now and I tried lying on a tightly rolled up hand towel and trying your other suggestions. I feel a LOT better! thank you thank you thank you ����

  • i have moving disability. calcium deposited in my hips joint,so it fixed
    i sit on high chair,it has long back support and shoulder rest (handle),tell me upper body exercises that i can do. I cannot move by my own,stand with someone’s support. I had brain hemorrhage (Brain aneurism) can you help in balancing and hand coordination

  • You helped my Stroke Husband to walk better. Today he was tested on the blood flow on his Stroke side. It was excelent. Thank you.

  • Really love your idea for the exercise with the non-slip circles! I work in geriatric rehab and will definitely make some to work with my patients. Keep up the good work Bob and Brad xx

  • Love you guys You can tell you really want to help people feel better. I always smile when I watch your videos you both seem to be great friends
    Thank you��

  • I sure remember doing what you are doing now so many times with MS and I sure am glad you are showing them for balance I really need those for sure. I used my fireplace mantel. Thanks. My neck pain came back after doing some packing. Dummy me. I have to. Sure am glad you are still doing videos

  • Sir please do u have any exercise specific for tbi patient in accident my head become tight like some has put big stone over my head any exercise for that

  • Brah,salutations from Ford City PA U.S.A.,dude you look like Nathan Bilsky back from high school,any way like your videos, real informative.

  • I have a shite Saracen hardtail and everything a bit rubbish on it as much as I take care of it it’s 5 years old and everything’s bent but Idk if I should just get a new bike all together, upgrade my bike now or buy a second hand bike.

  • My local bike shop can make you a custom disc for your cassete. Context: They 3d print a disc with your choice of color and design. Kinda limited but it’s a cool looking one. I got mine to be green with blue details to make my bike look better

  • One time my cousin was at my house and he put a bottle on the wheel to sound like a motor cycle then he hit the front brake and flipped forward it was so funny

  • How and where can you get hold of pod, please? Looks like I have had this for years and everything you say in the video makes sense. Thank you for doing this.

  • Thank you. My sister had brain damage due to an accident about 10 years ago, since then she has issues keeping her balance while standing and walking and recently it is getting worst. I hope these exercises help her.

  • You guys are absolutely the best. I had pain so bad and was convinced my ribs were broken. Finally an X-ray proved they weren’t. Event right to your YouTube page and of course y’all had techniques that were banging good!

  • We are both pretty active, but hubby and I are both recovering here in NYC, from a serious bout of the (avian) flu. We now have what is called post viral fatigue. So, we are doing gentle stretches, and getting our activity going again. Ric has lymphedema, and uses the FLEXI-TOUCH compression device, so on days when we are off the device, I massage his legs, heart-ward, and that seems to be a good interval to think about exercises, that gently get us moving again. He likes to ride his bike, and there is no elevator in our building two real assets that keep us ‘off the sofa’ and on the go!! Thanks, guys.

  • In case a fall does happen, we recommend investing in technologies to enable access to caregivers. https://youtu.be/-JcIheB0Mow elder.us

  • Thank you. My father recently had his second stroke in 23 years and lost use of his left side (he was left-handed). He tries to walk, but seems to lose his balance. I would share this with him. Thank you ��