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Strength and Conditioning
Written by Dr. Kristal Nelson PT You go for every ball on the court, you play hard. When sore/tight calves are the result that’s ok, but when it begins to linger this is a warning. Never take it lightly. It’s time to take a look at some things to make sure you are not setting...
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Greg Hogan, PT, MPT, CIMT By this point in the year, the boys of summer are ready for anything. We’re convinced our bodies are in peak physical condition. However, as the season goes on, athletes are subjected to the grind of the season. With fatigue, compensation happens, and the chance of injury dramatically increases. Little...
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By Dr. Brandon Walker, PT, DPT, CSCS Physical Therapist The kettlebell has become a mainstay in many fitness centers over the past decade. Basically, it is a cannonball with a handle – so what do you do with it? It turns out this tool is excellent for both rehab and performance. The kettlebell can be used...
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By James Wilson, Jr., CSCS Strength and Conditioning Coach So it is finally that time of year. America’s unofficial favorite holiday – the Super Bowl! I can’t say I was as pumped as I was last year (I am a Panthers and Cam Newton fan ), but the game turned out to be an all time classic!...
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Back in Action Physical Therapy has hired a strength and conditioning coach to the team. Welcome, James Wilson, Jr.!
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