Overused or Under Prepared?

If you’ve ever had any amount of musculoskeletal or even nervous system pain evaluated by a medical, sports performance, or rehab...

Stretching VS Warming Up

Many of you in the fitness world may have begun to hear, in the past few years, about the differences in the outcomes of static...

You’re safety Hangs in the Balance

Life is all about balance. The balance between working hard and playing hard, between loving and knowing when to let go, between settling...

Motion is Lotion

“Motion is lotion” I learned this phrase day one in physical therapy school and it rings even truer in my mind today than it did then....

Strengthened to Your Core

“6 PACK ABS IN 14 DAYS” “FLAT TUMMIES IN ONLY 30 DAYS ON NEW DIET” “3 INGREDIENT DRINK TO DETOX, DECREASE BLOATING AND GET SKINNY” I’m...

Dead from Deadlifts

Picture this: you walk into the gym with intentions of lifting some weights. Maybe you’re thinking of doing some deadlifting today. You...

Ratio of Reps to Recovery

Which kind of “fit person” are you? The kind of plans out an entire week/ month/ season of workouts or trainings in advance? Or the type...

Running: A Pain in the Back?

Back pain has a reputation. That reputation includes the ideas that once you’ve got it, you’ll never completely be rid of it. That it...

Fish out of Water: Dryland Training

What do you think that swimmers do on a regular basis to get better at swimming? It may seem obvious, but most of them swim. Performing...

Are You Flexible Enough to Cycle?

What sports come to mind when you think of sports that require you to be flexible? Most peoples minds would instantly go to dancing,...

Self Care: More than just a day off

In this day in age, you just about have to have been living under a rock to not have heard about the growing concern with and importance...

Trying to Tri

So you’re trying to tri? Maybe for the first time, maybe you’ve been doing it for years and you’re afraid you may have developed some...

Just Keep Swimming

Swimming is often known as a sport that is “good for your whole body” and “ Great for overall conditioning” but despite all of its...

Train Smarter, Run Harder

Runners are often stereotyped by the things that they inherently dislike about other aspects of fitness. For example, it’s not uncommon...