Running is what our bodies were made for, according to a recent Smithsonian Channel production, “The Perfect Runner.” Dr. Daniel Leiberman of Harvard University explains that there are key components that allow humans to be able to perform activities like running so efficiently. Looking at the feet/toes, butt muscles, and neck and shoulders of someone […]
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Heart Rate Variability Testing When measuring the electrical signals of the heart an electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) is used. An ECG/EKG measures the electrical signals through the heart from the nerves that control it. As the electrical signals are recorded, doctors are able to evaluate if the heart muscles have been damaged or not. A […]