The Upright GO is a small, light weight device that is placed between your shoulder blades, either stuck with adhesive or hung by a necklace. Placed on your back, the device will monitor your body position.
The incredible popularity of the video game industry is undeniable—from streaming online to competing in esports and all the careers involved in between. Unfortunately, along with the booming popularity comes the detriments—one of which is called gaming fatigue or gaming burnout.
My workout routine is a seven-day split routine with a specific goal of building well-proportioned muscle mass and visible muscle separation. In other words, it’s a bodybuilding routine.
This is a common question. This is a reasonable question. And this is a question that almost always—when asked to the general population—is answered incorrectly! Fortunately, we’ve created this gamer guide to muscle soreness for you to better understand.
The word inflammation always seems to come up when describing an injury, infection, or other illness/ailment. So often, people are in a hurry to get rid of any inflammation they experience.
There are many ways to screen your overall health for underlying issues that are both quick and easy. One incredibly valuable tool the screening of your vital signs, and we’ve put together this gamer guide to vital signs to help you understand it all!
Regardless of the devices we use to game, many of us have a tendency to rest our elbows or forearms on our thighs or desks. If you’re someone who leans on your elbows or forearms, you’re more likely to develop ailments, namely shoulder pain.
DXRacer is one of the most well-known brands in the gaming & esports world. But, are their chairs really that good? Dr. Jordon will help you learn all about them!
It is arguably the most popular supplement in the gaming & esports world. But, is G FUEL® bad for you? Learn all about what's inside their formula!
The gaming grind should not affect your wellbeing. We've put together all the information you need to prevent aches and pains so you can continue to grind every day.
With so much time spent looking at a PC screen or TV monitor, it's important to understand the risks and how to prevent them.