Take Time To Stretch When You’re Stuck At Home

Stretch Before And After Your Workout It’s estimated that in 2019, approximately 20 percent of the population in the U.S. had a fitness facility membership of some kind, that means over 60 million individuals had a membership to a fitness facility. Sometimes we find ourselves faced with circumstances that don’t allow us to make it…

Posted by Ty Pena in Healthy Advice

Is Sleep Important For Pain Relief?

Lack of Sleep Often Intensifies Chronic Pain This is typically a time for new year resolutions. For most individuals, this involves exercising and healthy eating, but sleep is equally (if not more) important. One of the best things you can do for yourself this year is to try and get enough rest at night. In…

Posted by Kate Mason in Healthy Advice, PT eDigest

Achieve Your New Years’ Exercise Resolutions!

How to Stick With Your New Year’s Exercise Resolution January is known as the month to reset and begin the New Year off right, especially for an exercise resolution. Making New Year’s resolutions is a fun way to ignite a sense of purpose and focus. However, according to U.S. News, “80 percent of New Year’s…

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Running Gait Analysis

How to train harder running and avoid injury? Are you a beginner runner and you want to go longer or run faster? Are you an experienced runner but want to get to the next level? Do you want to train harder but avoid injury? If so, consider a Running Gait Analysis! A Running Gait Analysis…

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Step Outside to Walk or Run

People enjoy walking or running for a number of reasons. For many, it’s a simple form of exercise. For some, it’s about ‘the freedom of the road’ and ‘being one with nature’, while others find it an effective way to decrease stress. Walking or running helps condition the body and improve blood circulation. Regular walking…

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It’s about time to get out your old snow shovel!

Winter weather is right around the corner which means it is time to pull out the old snow shovel and get moving! Shoveling snow is no easy task, burning up to 230 calories or so every half hour is a lot of hard work. After, your body is tired and sore leaving you feeling stiff…

Posted by Kate Mason in Healthy Advice, PT eDigest