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Mobility Exercises

Rotator Cuff Stretch to Prevent Impingement, Bursitis, Frozen Shoulder, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

This is arguably one of the most helpful stretches you can do to keep your shoulders healthy for overhead activity. Read more

 

Ellen Page on Living Truthfully

"How are you going to feel creatively motivated when you feel like you're living in a way that's not true?"

- Ellen Page Read more

 

Dr. Kai-Fu Lee on the Future of Artificial Intelligence and 10 Jobs Safe From Displacement by Automation

According to Dr. Kai-Fu Lee, the nature of artificial intelligence is such that it will not be able to do the following:

  • Accomplish complex work that requires precise hand-eye coordination.

  • Create, conceptualize, or manage complex strategic planning.

 

Christmas Time Is Here - Daniela Andrade

Javier Bardem on Success and Empathy

Cover of I Will Follow You Into the Dark, by Daniella Andrade

Lyrics by Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie

Love of mine, someday you will die
But I'll be close behind and I'll follow you into the dark
No blinding light or tunnels to gates of white
Just our hands clasped so tight, waiting for the hint of a spark Read more

 

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Mobility Exercises that Help Prevent Osteoporosis and Improve Posture

This is a brief series of shoulder and spinal mobility exercises that can be done daily to support healthy posture and help prevent osteoporosis.

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Improve Upper Spinal Rotation

Maintaining healthy extension and rotation through the spine is essential to preventing osteoporosis as we age.

This is a stretch that improves rotation through the thoracic and cervico-thoracic regions. It also lengthens shortened traps and rhomboids.

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A Simple Way to Improve Spinal Rotation

This is a simple way to improve spinal rotation through the thoracic and lumbar spine. When rotating to each side, be sure to allow the feet to move and pivot naturally so as to avoid putting unnecessary pressure on the knees, ankles, and hips. Read more

 

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