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FUN FRIDAYS!

🎉 We do FUN FRIDAYS over here 🎉 I always try to put myself in my clients shoes. If I were going through rehab/training and it was monotonous— I’d probably quit or not put in max effort. Sure, there are some foundational moves/exercises that need to be continually worked on, but jazz it up from …

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“AGILITY” LADDER??

💥 Can we really train speed and agility by using the ladder? 💣 This bad boy is a staple in almost every physical therapy gym or training facility— I have one as well. But what’s the purpose of it and why are we calling it an agility ladder. Is it truly training agility? I also …

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BULLETPROOF YOUR SHOULDERS!

💥BURNER!!! 🔥 This exercise is FIRE! Talk about incorporating the whole body. Our main focus with this patient is the shoulder. The shoulder joint is very mobile, which is a good thing, but anything that’s very mobile needs a solid and stable base. This exercise is the complete package— core, rotator cuff, lats, etc etc …

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DOES YOUR HEEL HURT??

💥Helping your plantar fascia pain! 🔥 Plantar Fasciitis is not an inflammatory process— therefore, the days of ice rolling your foot are GONE! There are many factors contributing to why someone might have plantar fascia pain, but most of the time it’s due to an overload of the tissue that has resulted in deformation of …

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COURAGE

💥Monday Motivation💥 🙌🏻 I needed this today— I hope this speaks to someone else as well. That is all.

ATHLETE EXPLOSIVENESS

🔥Single Leg Explosiveness 💥Once you are able to demonstrate good double leg squats with heavier loads it’s good to progress to more single leg type exercises. As athletes, we almost always use our body asymmetrically in sport— therefore, we need to train as such. 💣 Athletes do not have the luxury of developing force over …

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THE PLANK YOU SHOULD BE DOING

🔥Copenhagen Plank 💥 The adductors (or inner thigh muscles) are a group of muscles that are primarily responsible for moving the leg inward. This group of muscles tend to get overlooked when rehabbing or just with general workouts/training. It’s important to work all quadrants of the lower extremity, especially post hip or knee surgery. This …

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