May 29, 2014

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The Ronettes c. 1965



The Ronettes c. 1965


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Daniel
Daniel

April 06, 2015

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Evelyn
Evelyn

April 04, 2015

I have psoriatic airtrthis and crohns, which flare up more days than not. It literally feels like 20 guys beat me up, especially around my rib cage and muscles. When I forget to stretch and go for a walk or swim, I always feel worse. However, when I do disciplined stretching after a short warmup, I actually feel better. From my experience, stretching is a godsend. Plus it’s free and I don’t need an instructor.And two decades ago, before I had the chronic issues, I played football. We had an excellent trainer who made sure to warm us up and cool us down, always including stretching. That certainly increased our flexibility, something I also noticed while throwing javelin for track and field. My range of motion increased and flexibility improved performance. Whenever I trained on my own and skipped stretching I pulled a muscles or pinched a nerve at least a quarter of the time.

Sabri
Sabri

April 03, 2015

Having been through seravel of these myself and also my son, the best way to remove the glue is to just pick it out as someone suggested. She may even enjoy picking it out herself. I have never once even tried to wash it out even though that was the recommendation per the tech. They say they have to use that glue (which I feel is more like a plaster) since it is able to conduct the waves, not to mention it will hold the leads in place as you are well familiar. I know I am adding this a bit late to the game, but hopefully this will help for the next go around, provided that she is not overly sensitive to having it picked out. Good luck!

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