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12
Nov

3 Ways to Improve Your Shoulder Health

by Steve Maze, DPT Throughout the course of your training, your shoulders are going to take quite a beating. I mean when you think about it, nearly every movement and exercise involve your shoulders in some capacity. Snatches, cleans, jerks, push-press, thrusters, overhead squats, front squats, and even deadlifts. Then there is all of the push-ups, pull-ups, muscle-ups, dips, rope climbs, inverted rows, handstand push-ups, and kettlebell swings. Even the friggin’ Erg and Bike require your arms. Therefore, I think we can agree...
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28
Oct

What Can “PT” Do For You?

By Steve Maze, DPT Often when we hear “Physical Therapy” our thought is “what you do aftersurgery” or where you go after a major injury like a broken arm or tornligament. At least that’s what I used to think… And not too long ago, that pretty much was what it was. However, over the past decade or, Physical Therapy has branched out of theclinic and immersed itself into the world of health, fitness, andperformance. In...
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21
Oct

Manion – 11/21/2020

Dedicated to 1stLt Travis Manion, USMC, the Travis Manion WOD (Workout Of the Day) is designed to bring veterans, families of the fallen and the TMF community together to honor our fallen heroes. CrossFit boxes, GORUCK clubs, and gyms throughout the country host the WOD and individuals participate virtually from their garages and front lawns. This strenuous workout is a yearly reminder that we can push harder, go further, and be stronger to honor the...
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19
Oct

Injury? Why Wait, See a Pro

By Steve Maze, DPT If you have just started training or have been at it awhile, you may havegotten some kind of nagging ache and pain. It may be a deep ache in yourshoulder, a sharp shooting pain in low back, or a pinching in your hip. Sometimes these aches last a day or two and then go away on their own.But, often times they linger on for a week, a month, or longer. Maybe...
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15
Oct

Tis The Season…To Stay Healthy

Thoughts on a healthy approach to this years Cold and Flu Season by Brittany Maze, MSN, AGACNP – What what!!!!! Hey gang, With the leaves beginning to change color and the temperature starting to plummet, we know that fall has officially arrived. While this season brings football, and pumpkin spice everything, it also brings runny noses, allergies and the common cold. Each year we send out an email requesting diligence with handwashing, sanitizing equipment and...
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