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20 Jan, 2021

Cardio vs. Weights – Which One is Best for You?

Are You Exercising Correctly for Your Needs? The debate over which is better will go on forever. Both cardio exercise and weightlifting hold equally important places when it comes to physical therapy and exercising for good health. The choice on which will serve the better purpose is made when the end goal is decided upon.

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10 Jan, 2021

Start Your Day Right with These 3 Morning Routines

Ready to Take the Day by Storm? Not everybody looks forward to early mornings with the same zest and enthusiasm as, say, an evening out with friends. If you’re ready for a shift in approach to your morning routine, one that leaves you feeling energized and healthy, Agility Physical Therapy & Sports Performance has a

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20 Dec, 2020

Is Your Posture Poor? If So, It May Lead to Shoulder Impingement

Living with Pain From Poor Posture? We Can Help In most areas of the body, bone is surrounded by muscles and tendons that allow that part of the body to move. The shoulder is different. It is actually made up of three bones – the humerus or arm bone, the scapula or shoulder blade, and

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10 Dec, 2020

The Importance of Wearing the Correct Footwear During Athletic Activity

Are You Wearing the Proper Footwear? The squat is one of the primary exercises in strengthening the core. As renowned strength coach Mark Rippetoe notes the squat is one exercise that works those core muscles. From weekend warriors to pro athletes, those of us concerned about maintaining a high fitness level rely on a strong

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20 Nov, 2020

Training Your Body with Blood Flow Restriction

Did You Know Blood Flow Restriction Could Help You Achieve Your Physical Goals? If you’ve been at the gym recently and notice someone weightlifting with bands wrapped around their biceps, they are likely trying out a new training regimen called Blood Flow Restriction Training, or BFR. The strategy behind Blood Flow Restriction Training is to

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10 Nov, 2020

Discover the Benefits of Stretching Today!

Did You Know Stretching Could Improve Your Overall Health? Can some simple physical motions dramatically improve your overall health, wellness, and quality of life? In the case of stretching, the answer is most definitely yes. Many folks beginning an exercise or physical therapy regimen are given a specific set of exercises, but these instructions don’t

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20 Oct, 2020

Perform the Perfect Squat with PT Assistance

Squats are very beneficial, and they are a great workout to add to your daily exercise routine. When people think of squats, they typically think of toning legs and glutes. However, squats can actually benefit many parts of the body in different ways. Strong legs are important for supporting the entire body, and runners can

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10 Oct, 2020

Can’t Stand Cardio? Complete Your Exercises with Ease with These 3 Secrets

We all know that cardio takes time. In fact, one of the most common complaints we hear from patients who come to us for physical therapy exercises is that there simply isn’t enough time in their busy days to complete cardio workouts. Other times, whether there’s a time constraint or not, many people report a

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20 Sep, 2020

Do You Have One of These Running Injuries? If So, We Can Help

Find Relief for Your Running Injury with the Help of Physical Therapy! Running is a great way to improve your health and stay in shape. Unfortunately, there are several types of sports injuries associated with running. The following are some common running injuries and the best ways to treat them. 1. Plantar Fasciitis Of all

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10 Sep, 2020

Are You Constantly Hunched Over Your Desk? Try These Methods of Relief

Did You Know Sitting at a Desk All Day Could Lead to Painful Conditions? If your mother is constantly telling you to stand up straight, if you find yourself with shoulder pain after a long day at work, or if you notice you are developing a hunchback, chances are you have Upper Crossed Syndrome (UCS).

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