Demystifying Movement

April 16th, 2021

Read ahead to learn more about demystifying movement so you can get the most out of it! If you've ever been turned off by exercise because it seemed too complex or intimidating, or gotten bored with a routine, looking at movement a little differently may help. We have probably all come across a workout video,...

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The Importance of Maintaining Activity During COVID

January 20th, 2021

In this blog, we will talk about the importance of maintaining activity during COVID. As more data comes out about the secondary impacts of the pandemic on people around the world, one trend that has been identified is an overall decrease in the amount of physical activity people are getting on a daily basis. Data...

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Getting More Daily Movement

September 17th, 2020

Read ahead to find out how to get more daily movement! By now it is getting hard to deny the health benefits of getting more movement in our daily lives. Multiple studies from around the world have demonstrated that those who move more often suffer less incidence of diseases like high blood pressure, and diabetes....

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Factors Affecting Recovery

June 18th, 2020

This blog will cover recovery from exercise and injury and factors that affect it negatively. Read ahead to learn more. Any time we have an injury or pain, there are a number of things which affect how quickly and completely we recover from it. Biological factors including the type of structures involved and how damaged...

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Using The Talk Test for Exercise Intensity

April 29th, 2020

This blog covers the "Talk Test" and how it can be used to dial in exercise intensity. Read ahead to find out more. A couple of months back, I posted this article which outlined the WHO's guidelines for physical activity. It described the amount of moderate and vigorous exercise that a person should be getting...

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How Much Should I Be Moving?

February 13th, 2020

If you have ever asked yourself just how much you should be moving, we have answers. Read ahead to find out more! Lord Kelvin--the physicist who came up with the concept of absolute zero; the temperature at which atoms stop moving entirely--has been quoted as saying "If you cannot measure it, you cannot improve it"....

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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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