$ 1.3 M FEMA-funded research project proves the effectiveness of WebExercises’ technology for back pain prevention among firefighters

  • September 2018
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$ 1.3 M FEMA-funded research project proves the effectiveness of WebExercises’ technology for back pain prevention among firefighters Preliminary results of a new study suggest that web-based exercise programs are more effective in preventing back pain among firefighters than supervised exercise sessions. These results were presented at the FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Grants Program, Fire Prevention &

Sports Med Insights: Core Strengthening and Scapular Stability

  • January 2015
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Summaries Courtesy of Strength and Conditioning Research Review The study Comparison of spine motion and trunk muscle activity between abdominal hollowing and abdominal bracing maneuvers during prone hip extension, by Suehiro, Mizutani, Watanabe, Ishida, Kobara, and Osaka, in Journal of Bodywork & Movement Therapies, 2014 What is the background? Prone hip extension is an exercise