Breathe Your Way To Improved Performance

Breathe Your Way To Improved Performance

By: Matthew Varca, PT, DPT, PRC Part 3: Correcting Your Breathing In part 1 and 2 of the “Breathe Your Way To Improved Performance” series we developed an appreciation for the respiratory diaphragm and examined how poor breathing habits may lead to limited range of...
Attention 65+ group (and their kids)!

Attention 65+ group (and their kids)!

By Lenae Sexton, PT, DPT, OCS If your parents are like mine, they are not quite as quick on their feet as they used to be. Between aches and pains, declination in overall activity, and the natural effects of aging, their strength and balance are less than ideal. This...
How will YOU keep fit this fall?

How will YOU keep fit this fall?

By Lenae Sexton, PT, DPT, OCS While I do frequent the gym twice a week, the majority of my exercise is done outdoors. As the summer winds down and turns to fall I find myself outdoors even more because the crowds dissipate. Whether you are running, walking, doing...
Why Runners Should Strength Train

Why Runners Should Strength Train

By: Lindsey Jelinek, PT, DPT, CSCS To Lift or Not to Lift? For years runners have been told to run more if they want to improve their running performance. If you flip open any running magazine they may encourage sprint intervals or hills to increase your speed or...
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