Podcast Episode #13: Nutrition, Lateral Strength Building & Chiropractic

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In the September 5, 2008 Podcast Episode #13:

New content: Carbohydrate Timing System, Morning vs. Evening Exercise

Listener Q&A’s: Office Nutrition, Exercise Before Bed, Slow-Release Protein, Lateral Strength Building

Interview: Brian Mathers, Doctor of Chiropractic discusses the most common mistakes people make when treating their own low back pain, and the top injuries treated in the chiropractic setting.



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3 thoughts on “Podcast Episode #13: Nutrition, Lateral Strength Building & Chiropractic

  1. jtenedero0 says:

    Clearly, chiropractic care can do a lot to assist in strength building exercises, but this isn’t the only way that chiropractic care can help in exercising. Exercising puts a great deal of stress on the body, especially extraneous exercises. In strength training, you’re constantly reaching for new heights, pushing yourself to the next great marker.

    Chiropractic treatment here <a href="http://www.conceptchiropracticandrehab.com” target=”_blank”>www.conceptchiropracticandrehab.com

  2. Todd says:

    Since listening to this podcast, I sought out a Chriropractor who was most knowledgeable with the SI Joint, and it’s proper (if only limited) movement. The clinic uses the Activator method (http://www.activator.com/) to manipulate the pelvis and spine with little intervention. So far, in 4 weeks we have corrected a 3/4 inch leg length discrepancy. I’ve now been given isometric strengthening exercises to help keep things where they are.

    I feel fantastic; my recovery is good and stretching is much less painful, if at all. Running feels amazing. Thanks to Ben and Dr. Mathers for telling me what questions to ask when going to the Chiropractor for the first time.

  3. Steve says:

    I know several athletes that utilize a chiropractor for treatment, but at what point should you question your mechanics, technique, or recovery as being the issue: i.e. bike fit, swim stroke, running technique, not stretching enough, recovery nutrition, dehydration.

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