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Tag Archives: exercise



Jul 23, 2019
Aging is Not for the Weak: Why aging adults should include plyometrics to their exercise routine.

“Aging is not for the weak” a common phrase for aging adults who feel their joints stiffen and ache, muscles weaken, and find themselves in the doctors office more often than before. Although this phrase may be referring to determination and fortitude despite health obstacles, can we not also apply physical health and strength? What […]

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Jan 29, 2019
Sprain your ankle? These are the 5 best things you can do to help accelerate recovery.

1. Rule out a fracture: The Ottawa ankle rules are a series of quick clinical tests to determine the likelihood that someone sustained a fracture after a foot/ankle injury. These rules can be done by yourself or a friend, but if you are unsure of how to administer this test, don’t hesitate to stop by […]

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Jan 08, 2019
4 Powerful Exercises that you can do at home…WITHOUT EQUIPMENT

Already having trouble with your Exercise-based New Years Resolution?  You’re definitely not alone! Its easy to dread the little nuances that make going to the gym a pain in the butt: for instance, the crowded spaces, the extra time spent waiting for your favorite machine to open up, the extra sweat left on the bench […]

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Jan 02, 2019
Does your New Years Resolution involve Exercising? Read these Quick and Easy tips on ‘Reaching your Resolution’

Wow, how great was 2018!?! Looking at the year in review, we have a lot to be excited about. But we are even MORE EXCITED to bring in 2019 and we think it’s going to be the best one yet. Why? Because this year, we are on a mission to help you ‘Reach your Resolution.’ […]

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Nov 15, 2018
Exercise and the Brain: Why Egg Heads are often Fitness Freaks, and how Exercise can Help Prevent Dementia.

Dementia and cognition or memory associated disorders in old age are becoming more prevalent. Most of us know of, or have a loved one that has suffered from some type of dementia, Alzheimers being more common. In fact health costs related to dementia were 220 billion in 2015. Old age and dementia seem to go […]

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Nov 02, 2018
5 Ways to Stay Active on NFL Sunday

We’ve finally made it to November and the football season is in full swing. For some of you, this means you are packing away your Phillies merchandise and swapping it out with your favorite Eagles gear…..[Okay, Let’s be honest, after last season you probably never took them off.] But as the weather starts to get […]

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Nov 03, 2017
Exercise… Do I Have To? Recommendations to Making Exercise a Healthy Routine

The truth is we all know that exercise is good for you. It is strongly linked to reducing risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and dementia. It is also linked to improving and/or gaining a more restful sleep. These all sound great, and a no-brainer, so then why don’t we do it? The biggest barriers […]

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Feb 09, 2017
Show your ticker a little love this Valentines Day: Using the Modified BORG to monitor your exercise intensity

One of the biggest concerns our clients share is the worry of how hard to exercise after leaving physical therapy. A valid worry, especially if your health history contains scary words like hypertension, congestive heart failure, and diabetes.  Rest assured, showing your heart a little love is easier than you think! What is the Modified […]

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