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Is It Safe to Exercise With a Hangover? nutrition performance recovery running Oct 03, 2022

Most of us know that alcohol consumption screws with our next day performance in the gym. But many of us still do it. Some do it every weekend. We know our work-outs usually aren’t as productive or performed at our highest level, but are we actually causing harm?

“Sweat it Out”

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Benefits of a Running Gait Analysis performance physical therapy running Sep 05, 2022

Running may seem like a simple task, but there are a lot of complexities when it comes to mechanics and efficiency.

When you run, you are actually hopping from one leg to the other, carrying a load of 3 times your body weight on one foot with every step. It’s not as simple as it sounds and...

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Active Recovery for Your Active Lifestyle pain performance recovery Aug 01, 2022

Recovery is just as important as your exercise/training. Even if you are not an athlete, recovering from the stresses of your daily life is important.

When I talk about recovery, I am not talking about rest or dealing with an injury. I am talking about purposeful recovery to be able to get back...

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Are Your Hamstrings Actually Tight? mobility Jul 04, 2022

Do you ever feel like your hamstrings are just super tight and won’t loosen up no matter how much you stretch?

I have worked with a lot of clients who get frustrated by the lack of progress with hamstring flexibility despite stretching every day and doing yoga. One thing that is always the...

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Name Change | Outlast Health and Performance baltimore performance physical therapy Jun 06, 2022

We started this business in August 2020 under the name Beyond Movement PT. We opened during the COVID-19 pandemic with the goal of offering high-quality performance physical therapy to athletes and active people in Baltimore, MD. We wanted to be the best sports physical therapists in the area,...

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Proper Warm-Up for Runners mobility performance running May 02, 2022

The warm-up is a crucial part of each training session. It serves multiple purposes. The warm-up should elevate your heart rate, prep the tissues for movement, and start to cycle you through the movements you will encounter during running. It's also a good time to check in with yourself mentally....

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Mindset of a Recreational CrossFit Athlete performance physical therapy Apr 04, 2022

CrossFit athletes are a special breed of human. In fact, a lot of people refer to CrossFit as a cult due to the commitment (and almost obsession) that CrossFit athletes have to the sport.

The CrossFit brand has done a good job over the years in getting their affiliate gyms to develop a sense of...

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6 Tips to Manage Pain Flare-Ups pain physical therapy Mar 07, 2022

It can happen in an instant. You are going about your life, maybe you are at the gym, maybe you are sitting on the couch, maybe you are on the floor with your kids. Bam! Your pain decided to rear its ugly head again.

This can leave you frustrated or even anxious. You may be wondering if your...

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3 Reasons You’re Not Running as Fast as You Want to Be performance running Feb 07, 2022

Are you putting in the hard work and running but can’t seem to run faster?

A common goal among runners is to improve their speed. This means you are a better runner, right? Same distance over a shorter time frame.

Many runners simply think it is enough to run longer distances, or to...

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Pre-Workout Nutrition nutrition performance running Jan 17, 2022

Some people drink pre-workout drinks before a workout. Some people will go into a workout without eating. Some people snack before a workout. To figure out what the best pre-workout nutrition for you, we’ll have to take into consideration the time of day that you are exercising.

What should...

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