Your Not Old Just Dysfunctional Pronation Distortion Syndrome Short Muscles Gastrocs Soleus Peroneals Adductors Tensor Fascia Latae Hip Flexor Complex Biceps Femoris Lengthened Muscles Anterior Tibialis Posterior Tibialis Vastus Medialis Gluteus Medius/Maximus Hip External Rotators Possible Injuries Plantar Facitis Shin Splints Patellar Tendonitis Low Back Pain Lower Crossed Syndrome Short Muscles Gastrocnemius Soleus Hip Flexor Read More
The Art of Movement Anatomical Directions Medial: meaning toward the inner side of the body Lateral: toward the outer edge of the body Caudal: toward the feet Cranial: toward the head Anterior: Front Posterior: back Dorsal: back Plantar: front Proximal: closer Distal: Further Anatomical Movements Sagittal Flexion: Decreasing the angle between two bones Extension: Increasing Read More
When I tell people that I am a gifted learner they think that it means I am privileged.
People often think that I am smart. However, being too smart can result in problems in other areas.
Gifted learning is a learning disability.
Having gifted learning is like watching everything in slow motion, while the world is still going the same speed.
For me, I am processing thousands of details that no one would notice.
It is like that one scene from the first Spider Man with the fly buzzing around when a bully is about to punch Tobey Maguire, except that I don’t
Have you felt like you are too concerned with getting likes, comments, followers on your social media. Look! That is high school. You not in high school are you? Why do you care? Does it really make you feel good about yourself?
It’s enough. It doesn’t matter what they think.
Yep. That also means your parents, your relatives, your friends. Here is what you need to do. Go do something. You don’t need to care about what punkMan169 thinks. Get clean of the negativity…
Edward Chang was a long time sufferer of depression for over 20 years. He grew up only knowing pain and lived a very traumatic childhood. Today, he has managed to become a highly respected manual therapist, working in the medical profession for over three years. He has recently decided to pursue a new career in the arts. Edward now hopes to join the world of creators from dancers, choreographers, actors, singers, free runners, gymnasts, and more, bringing all he has learned throughout his years of struggle and accomplishment.