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The importance of hip internal rotation

Hip joint internal rotation occurs when the femur rotates within the hip joint, toward the mid-line of the body. It also occurs in standing when the lower limb is fixed and the pelvis rotates. A "normal" value for hip internal rotation is 45 degrees, although few individuals...

source: By Heidi Dawson
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Now that another running year has passed, it's time to evaluate your race season and set new goals. Even if you've had your best running year, you may be beating yourself up over your progress. No matter how good or bad your races were this season, there are several honest...

source: Active

The supplement aisle at the drug store is lined with products that promise to prevent illness, improve energy, boost metabolism, even brighten your skin. You probably already know these capsules aren’t necessarily silver bullets to perfect health. But you do expect...

source: Health.com via ABC News

Four of the most popular current weight loss diets produce at best only modest long-term benefits, a new study published in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes shows. The study also found few significant differences across the four diets, offering little hope...

source: Forbes

When is the last time you did something just because you saw everyone else doing it? Like many things in life, just because something is popular, doesn't make it the best choice. This is also true of the exercises we perform at the gym. Chances are, you've done or still...

source: The Huffington Post

Late fall is great time to get in one last race for the year before the long winter hits, but it can also pose a challenge if Mother Nature isn’t in the mood to cooperate. Cold temperatures and wintry conditions can present a problem for many runners, but it doesn’t...

source: Competitor

Masters runners often feel as if the hills they’ve been running for years have suddenly gotten steeper, the tracks have gotten longer and that an increase in gravity has made climbing stairs that much more difficult. Fortunately, the reality is simpler than a complete...

source: Competitor

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