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Joints: Crash Course A&P #20

Joints: Crash Course A&P #20

I am so glad that you guys are not five years old! If you were all in, like, kindergarten, the only way I could teach you about your skeletal system would be to sing you that stupid song. You know, “The toe bone’s connected to the foot bone, the foot bone’s connected to the ankle …

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Signs You’re Not Getting Enough Protein

Signs You’re Not Getting Enough Protein

Dietary recommendations are a dime a dozen, but when it comes to protein, there’s no denying that your body needs a consistent amount. With so many low carb and paleo diets in vogue at the moment, most Americans are incorporating a decent amount of proteins into their diets. But is it enough? Here’s how to …

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Shin Splints Strengthening Exercises & Stretches – Ask Doctor Jo

Shin Splints Strengthening Exercises & Stretches – Ask Doctor Jo

Hey everybody, it’s Dr. Jo! We are talking about shin splints, and what to do to help out your shin splints. Hopefully you’ve already checked out the stretches, and made it feel a little bit better. Now that it’s feeling better, we want to strengthen everything so you won’t have these shin splints anymore. So …

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Dumbbell Nan Kilo Moteru? – Opening Full『Onegai Muscle』by Ai Fairouz & Kaito Ishikawa

Dumbbell Nan Kilo Moteru? – Opening Full『Onegai Muscle』by Ai Fairouz & Kaito Ishikawa

Please Muscle, I really want to be popular! Please Muscle, I really want to lose weight (YES!) Please muscle, because I really want to be popular! Oh (You’re doing it!) Ha (You’re doing it) I want muscles! Hip raise! Side bend! (Your abs look like a six pack!) Dumbbell curl! Hammer curl! (Your biceps look …

Thoracic Back Exercises & Stretches (Ys, Ts, Ws and Is) – Ask Doctor Jo

Thoracic Back Exercises & Stretches (Ys, Ts, Ws and Is) – Ask Doctor Jo

Hey everybody, it’s Doctor Jo! Today I’m going to show you some exercises for the thoracic area of your back, including your rhomboids, your traps, any kind of scapular dysfunction, these will help. They are called Ys, Ts, Ws, and Is. Using a swiss ball is probably the best way. You don’t have to, but …

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