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Our shoulders are a part of virtually every movement we make during the course of a day from typing and driving to eating and opening doors.  Add in regular workouts and our shoulders are always in motion.  It’s no surprise then that shoulders are at a high-risk for injury. In

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Power is the ability to quickly produce large amounts of force. Are there any athletes that would not want to improve their ability to generate power? What about clients seeking to improve general fitness? Power is essential for both groups. By incorporating plyometric exercises into training programs, the speed and

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Summer is a carefree transition for feet, going from the confines of boots and high heels to flip-flops or the complete freedom of going barefoot. To make this transition comfortable and safe for your clients, consider it an opportunity for re-assessment and updated corrective exercise programming. Be on the lookout

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In one of the first population-based studies evaluating the association of low back pain to foot posture and function, pronated foot function in women was significantly linked to low back pain. (To read the study http://www.jfootankleres.com/content/6/S1/O27) As a Corrective Exercise Specialist, what type of assessments and strategies would you utilize

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FitnessFitness Week

By Stacey Penney NASM-CES, PES, FNS Before we can begin to answer the question of how much activity is enough, we need to consider what fitness means. Fitness is synonymous with health, our physical condition and even our ability to complete the tasks required for our ongoing survival (and perpetuation of

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