What you need to know about tendons

What you need to know about tendons

Klicke hier für die deutsche Version Clicca qui per la versione italiana     September last year I attended the first Sport & Fitness Science Congress at the Sporthochschule in Cologne: a two-days event with great lectures and beautiful celebrities like Brad Schoenfeld and Alan Aragon. The main reason for me going there – besides getting a selfie with Brad and Alan – were the […]

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TOS, thoracic outlet syndrome

TOS, thoracic outlet syndrome

  (pic from the web, I have no rights on this image) TOS, aka thoracic outlet syndrome, is a very interesting theme. Being a syndrome it is not based on a disease per se but on a bunch of symptoms that are somehow connected each other.   We have actually three thoracic outlets. The most known is the one between the anterior and middle scalene […]

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Food tracking

Food tracking

Nice cell, uh? 😉     Approx one year ago I started tracking my nutrition and my physical activities. I am a perfectionist so took it very seriously: I tracked even how much salad I used to eat or the difference between a slow and a brisk walk. I used my kitchen scale and heart rate monitor more than my cellular phone. It was a […]

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