Tone Up While You Stand: Strengthen your Connective Tissue’s Tensegrity

October 31st, 2013 by Tam Tran

Tensegrity

Generally speaking, connective tissue is a gelatinous, net-like structure that gives our body shape. Connective tissue also changes thickness and function to provide appropriate support to different parts of the body. It is tendon, ligament, muscle sheath, organ sac, and skin, thus playing multiple roles. It is the information highway for all of our inner bio-chemical processes as well as the repair stations for injury and trauma. Outwardly, it gives our body strength and resiliency and works with the muscular-skeletal system to move the body. It is all of these and so much more.

Times Square Ball – Constructed like us!

January 1st, 2012 by Tam Tran

Even Lady Gaga thought so! Did anyone notice her costume? It was hard to miss, but she really didn’t even have to wear, in my opinion, an overdone, not-so-interesting costume, since we are already constructed like the New Year’s Time Square Ball! We have the same… Read More »