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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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Sticking to Your New Year's Resolutions nutrition performance sleep hygiene Dec 27, 2021
New year, new you. Many people make resolutions as we move into the new year – eat better, workout more, lose weight, read more books, get outside more, etc. The average person only sticks with their resolution for 36 days! Only 8% of people report fulfilling their resolutions. Why are we...
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6 Tips to Manage Stress During the Holidays stress management Dec 20, 2021
The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year, but also the most stressful time of the year for a lot of people.
 
If you are feeling stressed out during the holidays, you are not alone. There is a lot of pressure to get everything done. There never seems to be enough time in...
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5 Tips to Train Around an Injury pain performance physical therapy running Dec 13, 2021
As much as we may try to avoid getting hurt, injuries do happen. Whether the injury happened at home, at work, playing a sport, in the gym, or from overuse, you may experience pain while trying to do your daily activities and when working out.
 
When injuries happen and you have pain...
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Debunking Myths About Squats performance physical therapy Dec 06, 2021
Squatting is a functional human movement. You squat whenever you sit or stand from the couch, toilet, or work chair. Multiple variations are used in fitness programs. Squatting is a component of several Olympic weightlifting and CrossFit exercises, such as thrusters, squat cleans, and squat...
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5 Deathbed Regrets You Can Avoid physical therapy Nov 29, 2021
Figuring out this whole life thing can be hard. Often, we are focusing a lot of our time and energy on things that really don’t matter. Maybe we are spending too much time trying to figure out what is important. Meanwhile, we let important relationships fade, spend too much time trying to...
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10 Tips for New Runners performance running Nov 22, 2021
There is usually an uptick in running around the holidays and the start of the new year. This may be due to new year resolution goals or maybe it’s tougher to actually get out and to your gym during the winter months so a run feels more feasible.
 
If you are new to running or...
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Recovery WOD baltimore mobility performance physical therapy Nov 15, 2021
We do things a bit differently at Beyond Movement PT. I wanted to highlight our Sunday morning Recovery WOD class that we offer at Outsiders CrossFit. For those that don’t know, our Sparks location is attached to Outsiders CrossFit, a top notch functional fitness gym in northern Baltimore...
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What is a Baker's Cyst? pain physical therapy Nov 08, 2021
I’ve seen a few Baker’s cysts lately during injury screen events and in some of my post-surgical clients, so I thought it would be a good idea to write up a post on what they are and how to manage them.
 
A Baker’s cyst, also known as a popliteal cyst, is a collection...
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