Best Fitness Trackers for Men

Everyone has those days where they feel like they walked uphill everywhere they go- it’s time to log those steps so you can keep track of them! There are multiple fitness trackers for ment out there and men at different levels of physical fitness prefer different features in their fitness trackers. Some men are multi-sport […]

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5 Ways Women Can Stay Healthy

I have nothing I need to do right now- says no woman ever. As your schedules get busier, here are some helpful reminders of what you can do to stay healthy. Drink more water. Are you tired of hearing this? We understand but we can’t state it enough. There are so many benefits to drinking […]

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5 Stretching Tips Before You Workout

As temperatures start to warm up, many of you will start to hit the streets, trails, and parks to exercise outdoors. It’s great way to get fresh air, connect with friends, have fun with the family, and add some diversity to your gym workouts. Before you start that workout though, be sure you’ve had a […]

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Tips for Beginner Runners

If you think running is not for you- think again. If you’re reading this, then there’s a small part inside you that says, “I think I can do this. I want to do this.” No matter your age or fitness level there’s a place to start for everyone. The tips we share today are general […]

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Best Fitness Trackers for Women

Fitness tracking is a market that has noticeable competition right now. While fitness trackers may be practical for anyone to just throw on and use, rarely does form and function actually come together. Many fitness trackers are bulky or not appealing. We’ve seen many of our patients accessorize their outfits with actual fitness trackers and […]

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Overtraining can lead to a series of issues, most notably, a life long injury that permanently impacts performance.

Overtraining Doesn’t Help, It Hurts

Working to achieve a sports or fitness goal can drive many people to overtrain in an effort to get stronger, better, faster. Our PT’s have seen many injuries related to overtraining. While the dedication and drive is admirable, overtraining can lead to long lasting effects, which may include required rest, delaying any further training causing […]

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Healthy & Hearty Soups

Could Six more weeks of winter be on its way? It so, it makes way for more brisk days and cool nights for just a little bit longer. Need for something delicious, hearty, and warm to keep you warm? We’ve got your covered. A popular belief is that soups require an immense amount of work or […]

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Top 5 New Year’s Resolutions

2017 is almost here, and it’s the perfect time for assessing the year behind and looking forward to the changes we want to make in 2017. Health and fitness are obviously some of the top resolutions people make each year. According to Nielson’s online survey, here are the top 5 New Year’s Resolutions Americans made last […]

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Top 5 Injuries During the Holidays

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and with all of the merrymaking, injuries can unfortunately find a way to ruin the fun. Whether you go all out with the holiday decor, are opening gifts with extended family, or cooking a simple festive feast, there are a number of injuries you should be especially […]

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4 Ways to Make Holiday Travel Pain Free

‘Tis the season for holiday travel. The hustle and bustle is unavoidable with people moving through airports, piling into traffic, and some even traveling by bus to reach their destination. Travel is a multi-billion dollar industry, but let’s be honest, it’s not always the most comfortable. Airlines are making their seats tighter, sitting in a […]

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