Category Archives: Fitness Assessment

Injury: Prevent Before Invent

Don’t invent a new musculoskeletal injury – Prevent it. Perform the following exercises at your desk to prevent discomfort and injury. Long, stressed hours at your desk can create tight muscles, stiff joints, and decrease circulation. These exercises will relax muscles, increase joint range of … Continue reading

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I Got Taped!

Rock Taped, that is! Do you experience shoulder, hip, low back, or knee pain? Do you need to improve your posture? Rock Tape is the answer! Rock Tape: Decreases pain Improves circulation, allowing more nutrients to reach the sore region speeding the … Continue reading

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Poll: Exercise Barriers

What is your exercise barrier? Submit your answer below, and I will provide a solution next Friday. Stayed tuned!

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Poll: Exercise Barriers

What is your exercise barrier? Submit your answer below, and I will provide a solution next Friday. Stayed tuned!

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Test Your Posture: Part 3

The last post of this three part series will cover your shoulder complex and upper body positioning.  I will discuss the three common postural distortions observed in my clients, and recommend flexibility and strengthening exercises to combat these asymmetries, or muscle … Continue reading

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Test Your Posture: Part 2

The second post of this three part series will cover your low back and hip positioning, also known as the lumbo-pelvic-hip complex (LPHC).  I will discuss the three common postural distortions observed in my clients, and recommend flexibility and strengthening … Continue reading

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Test Your Posture: Part 1

Sit up straight! Stand up straight! Shoulders back!  Chest out! Abs in! You have learned the importance of good posture since you were a kid.  But, how do you assess your posture? “Do I have good posture?”  “Do I have poor posture?” … Continue reading

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