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Oska Pulse: Recover Faster from Strenuous Workouts

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Oska Pulse:  Recover Faster from Strenuous Workouts

There is a direct line that can be drawn between an active life and a healthy life, so it’s not surprising that a growing segment of our population is trending toward trying some sort of physical activity to produce positive results.

But what if those results sometimes have a negative after-effect?   Like pain.  Many times, it’s the New Normal following a workout - the annoying, nagging soreness you can experience after a simple physical activity like cycling or running or yoga or cross-training or golf even a low-impact jog along the beach.

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Oska Wellness Q&A with Lesley Paterson

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Oska Wellness Q&A with Lesley Paterson

Lesley Paterson is a professional mountain biker, 3-time world champion in off-road triathlon, and an Ironman triathlon champion. Despite her great success in sports, Lesley has had her share of injury and illness. She has lived with Lyme Disease, upper hamstring tendinopathy, piriformis syndrome, the pectineus pinch, medial tibial stress syndrome, and gut issues, to name a few.   Through the illnesses, injuries, and setbacks, Lesley has been able to overcome by learning to embrace the suck. She shares some of her story and offers practical mental tools to overcome obstacles with a brave spirit in her new book The...

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Oska Wellness Q&A with Lesley Paterson (Part 2 on Injury)

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Oska Wellness Q&A with Lesley Paterson (Part 2 on Injury)

  LINK TO: https://www.velopress.com/books/the-brave-athlete/   As a professional athlete and a coach to dozens of endurance athletes, Lesley has encountered her share of injury and illness. She knows the highs and lows that come from being out of commission for extended amounts of time and the mental setbacks that can drain motivation and lead to apathy. But she has also found positive, healthy ways of coping with injury that have made her a tougher person and an all-around better athlete. In her new book, The Brave Athlete: Calm the F*ck Down and Rise to the Occasion, Lesley shares how she...

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FIVE FUN FACTS - What you may or may not know about the capabilities and qualities associated with the Oska Pulse, delivered to you historically in five easy pieces:

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Did you know . . .   In 1979, a Toyota Carola cost $3,698 and gas was 86 cents a gallon; ESPN made its debut and Michael Jackson released his breakthrough album “Off The Wall.”  Also in 1979, the FDA approved the use of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy for non-union of fractures. Cleopatra’s full name was Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator.  She represented herself as the reincarnation of the Egyptian goddess Isis ruled for 21 years.  She also recognized the benefits of magnets. Cleopatra also wore a lodestone, a naturally magnetized rock, on her forehead to make her skin look better...

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OSKA WELLNESS OPENS IN CARLSBAD VILLAGE

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OSKA WELLNESS OPENS IN CARLSBAD VILLAGE

OSKA OPENS IN CARLSBAD VILLAGE By Thomas Bonk   There’s a newcomer in town in Carlsbad Village, where Oska was welcomed into the community recently at a splashy ribbon-cutting party to celebrate the first brick and mortar retail store featuring Oska, the cutting edge pain-relieving device. “This is absolutely exciting,” said Kathleen Mandig, the business development manager for the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce, who was on hand as Oska officially opened its doors for business. More than 100 guests took part in the festivities, which included a ribbon-cutting by Greg Houlgate, CEO of Oska Wellness, surrounded by Oska board members...

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