Author Archives: Body Helix

A PARTNERSHIP IS BORN

Body Helix and its founder, Fred Robinson, are excited to announce a new partnership with the Time Value of Tennis YouTube Channel.  The YouTube channel, founded in 2017 by tennis professionals, Aritz  Eceiza and Sergey Belov, provides simple and top level instruction to the every day tennis player. In less than two years, the channel […]

IT Band Syndrome – Causes and Treatment

Iliotibial Band (IT Band) syndrome is one of two conditions with the nickname “runner’s knee”. The other, patellofemoral syndrome, also comes from overuse, so it’s easy to confuse the two. While patellofemoral syndrome results in discomfort around the knee cap, IT band syndrome causes pain on the outside of the knee. Combine certain muscular imbalances with […]

Parents Corner: Interview with Shalon Morris

Shalon Morris is a  busy mom of three children. She has been married to her husband, Michael, for 16 years. They have 3 children, all who participate in sports – Daughter, Jansen (14) and sons Hudson (11) and Maximus (8). As a family, they enjoy camping and going to sporting events. As you’ll read, gymnastics is a huge commitment but Shalon and Michael […]

Parents Corner: Interview with Christine Williams

Christine Williams is a  busy mom of two children. She was a professional dancer, teacher, studio owner and choreographer.  She has also owned a businesses in the children’s fashion industry and is now focusing on helping her oldest daughter with her college future and supporting her youngest daughter and Body Helix Junior Brand Ambassador, Hallie, through her gymnastics […]

Managing Symptoms of Arthritis Through Activity

Exercise can have a substantial impact on your overall health as well as symptoms related to arthritis, and it plays a key role in successfully managing the condition. With an engaging but manageable workout routine, you should see a variety of benefits including reduced fatigue, lower levels of joint pain, and improved flexibility and strength.

Top Injuries for Volleyball: How to Manage Them and Recover Quickly

Volleyball’s repetitive jumping, diving, and explosive overhead movements create ideal conditions for injury. While most acute injuries are difficult to avoid, they can be managed and treated to get back on the court quickly. Overuse injuries, on the other hand, come from fatigue and strain with chronic adverse conditions. Regardless of how injuries arise, they […]

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