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RockTape for the Crossfit Open 2015 Wod 15.2

March 10th, 2015

Here are my taping recommendations for the second workout in this years CrossFit open. If you have a tendency to tear your palms, then I’d add the hand taping suggestion from the 15.1/15.1a video I posted before. Good luck!

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RockTape for the CrossFit Open 2015 WOD 15.1/15.1a

March 5th, 2015

If you’re participating in this years CrossFit Open, then give this RockTape application suggestion a try!

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Spine Stability Exercises – The Quadruped Track

March 5th, 2015

This exercise is part of the progressive rehab program I use here at the clinic. Give it a try!

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My Health Journey

February 5th, 2015

Last fall I found myself struggling to stay awake throughout the day. I was sluggish, foggy, disoriented, and was finding it difficult to get through busier days at the clinic and my workouts. In early November, I found myself relaying my symptoms to my doctor. She seemed concerned after I told her that the first …

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Why Movement Matters

February 4th, 2015

The new tagline for the clinic is “Move Well. Live Well.” This is something I truly believe and keep it in mind always when assessing my patients and determining how to treat and rehabilitate them. Newer research that has been coming out over the last couple years has linked excessive sitting to premature death, even …

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Hip Flexor Mobility

August 11th, 2014

This video covers stretching and mobility work for the hip flexor muscle group (psoas, iliacus, rectus femoris). Tightness in these muscles can cause joint restrictions in the hip, decreased functional capacity, and pain! These stretches can help combat some of the tightness that people experience in their hips and low back.

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Staying Hydrated

July 29th, 2014

Summer is heating up, which means you’ll be sweating more and losing lots of water which could lead to dehydration! Before we get to proper hydration, let us take a look at some of the symptoms and warning signs of dehydration. Thirst – By the time you have developed thirst, or extreme thirst, you are already …

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Posture

July 14th, 2011

Stand Up to Pain Do you suffer from daily aches and pains but can’t quite figure out where they are coming from?  A good place to start is by looking at the way you carry yourself, or more simply stated, your posture. Back when your mom kept nagging at you to “sit up straight” and …

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