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Articles about movement

History
by dwest61506
4 years ago
Sir Isaac Newton - Scientist, Theologian, Mint Master, Alchemist, and More

Sir Isaac Newton was one of the greatest minds the world has ever seen. He revolutionized the sciences of physics and mathematics. He also was an alchemist and became the Master of the Royal Mint. He wrote extensively on many topics in history and religion.

Health
by Jordan
5 years ago
The 5 Exercises You Need to be Doing

Here are the 5 simple exercises that everyone should be doing to not only reach their goals, but to be an effective human being as well.

Technology
by Dude88
7 years ago
Anatomical Movement

Have you heard of the term circumduction, supination and plantar flexion? Have you wonder what that means? These are terms of movements used by medical professionals to address the type and characteristic of movement.

Health
by weianow
9 years ago
Tai Chi Chih is Excellent Exercise for People of all Ages

It is important to incorporate exercise in your daily routine regardless of your age. Tai Chi Chih is an exercise for persons of all ages.

Health
by GipDrum
5 years ago
The Five Basic Movements of Resistance Training

A simplified way of looking at resistance training and program design

Health
by HealthFitnessTips
9 years ago
Choosing The Best From Over 100 Abdominal Exercises

One of the most coveted characteristics of those who are extremely fit is the elusive six pack of abs. With a plethora of information available promoting the next best method for chiseling your mid-section, how can you determine whether you are choosing the best of over 100 abdominal exercises,...

Technology
by Dude88
7 years ago
Muscles of Upper Legs

The muscles of upper legs are made up of large and powerful muscles bundled together to achieve their common function, which is motion. The primary role of these muscles is for movement, coordination, and balance. They cause movement at the hip and knee areas which facilitate walking. It is...

Health
by Dude88
7 years ago
Interactions of Skeletal Muscles in the Body

Introduction   The muscular system permits the body to enjoy an incredibly wide range of movements. It is often a common practice that when the word muscle is heard that people tend to think of all contractile tissues like smooth muscles, cardiac and skeletal muscles. However, one must take note that when...

by ObservingVessel
7 years ago
Photography for beginners: Using movement in images

An easy to understand article for photography enthusiasts and beginners on using movement in photography.

Health
by Dude88
8 years ago
All You Ever Wanted to Know about Chronic Constipation

The trouble that comes with chronic constipation is quite a big problem to many. It not only disintegrates your overall well-being but affects even your mindset. In fact, this disorder has quite a number of definitions amongst people e.g. Form infrequent bowel movement for weeks to straining...

Health
by Dude88
7 years ago
Anatomy of the Elbow Joints

Sandwiched between the humerus and the forearm, the elbow joint is a simple hinge joint that only allows two movements, namely extension and flexion. You may think that this is a disadvantage but the elbow joint, due to its simplicity, is a very stable joint. The Elbow Joint ...

Health
by DebDavies
10 years ago
How to Relieve Severe Gas Pain and Bloating Without Medication

An easy, at home remedy for severe gas pain and bloating. Especially helpful after surgery.

Health
by aronnax
6 years ago
Why Pushups Are So Good To Include In Your Workout

Pushups are a foundational, longstanding workout movement that really works a lot of muscle groups. Find out why you should consider incorporating this simple workout exercise into your routine.

Technology
by Dude88
7 years ago
The Joints - Support System of the Bones

No matter how sturdy the bone is, it is still by definition a rigid structure. You cannot bend or twist your bone; however all of these can be done with the joints. The joints allow movements between the bones and are protected against friction by a cartilage. Joints are...

Lifestyle
by AlexOpenshaw
8 years ago
An Introduction to Existentialism

An introduction to the philosophical thought of Existentialism. What is it and why should we study it.

Entertainment
by chrisabbato
7 years ago
Melt Opponents With LG in QuakeLive

Learn how to effectively use the QuakeLive lightning gun with these situational tips.

Lifestyle
by lordkhomar
10 years ago
How to Choose the Best Men's Wrist Watch

Learn what features to look for when buying a men's watch. From the faceplate to the body material it all affects the price and quality. Read on to learn more.

Lifestyle
by Maya
9 years ago
Power Yoga

To many men and women yoga is a mind exercise. However, it's a good body exercise as well. Power yoga is a form of cardio-conditioning, a fast paced full body exercise that will have yogis gaining strength and losing pounds at the same time.

It's the Western world's take on...

Health
by Kree
8 years ago
HOW TO STRETCH/ WARM UP PROPERLY

This article will explain how to prevent injuries by warming up properly before workouts.

Entertainment
by x3xsolxdierx3x
9 years ago
How-to Play Chess Like a Professional - Part 1

While I may be no "Bobby Fischer", years of playing chess has helped me to refine my skills of complex strategy that revolves around such a time-honored game. With each time I played chess, I gained a great appreciation for the degree of skill, dedication, and concentration that was...

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