Monthly Archives: April 2019

4 Ways to Avoid Trail Running Injuries

After gearing up in the early morning, you get into your car and you start driving – further and further away from the city you’re so accustomed to seeing. The grays and browns of the concrete buildings gradually give way to the beautiful colors of nature – greens in the summer, and gold and red […]

Pelvic Health & Physical Therapy

Pelvic health is not something that many women actively think about regularly. Maintaining fitness, mind, body, and emotions usually take up the priority list when it comes to overall health. About the only time pelvic health is discussed is during the once-a-year annual check-ups with your OB doctor. However, as a woman, your pelvic health […]

4 Common Swimming Injuries That Can be Prevented

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are more than a million recreational and competitive swimmers in the US. With over 300 million visits each year, it’s a popular competitive sport as well as recreational activity. So popular that it ranks fourth in the United States and is even the most popular activity […]

Joint Stability Vs Joint Mobility: Why They Both Matter

The joints are often the most neglected part of the body for an athlete, as the focus is mostly on muscle strength and endurance. Yet, they can be the most problematic for anyone who moves, which is pretty much, well, everyone. Regardless of athletic ability or fitness level, healthy joints mean happy joints and happy […]

Your Guide to Overtraining Injuries

Whether a weekend warrior or an elite athlete, you should always be cautious of overtraining. Many people make the mistake of either training too little or too much. When you have a high goal – like running a marathon or losing 70 pounds – it’s tempting to hit the gym as often as possible. However, […]