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Why You Should Wear Barefoot Shoes barefoot training mobility performance physical therapy running Oct 04, 2021
I’ve been known to call most shoes “foot prisons.” The typical shoe on the market doesn’t do our feet justice. They are too narrow and do not match the shape of a foot. This leads to tons of issues, like foot pain, bunions, injuries, reduced feedback from your feet, and...
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Morning Routine to Train Your Brain performance stress management Sep 27, 2021
We can all agree the mind is a powerful thing. Are you doing anything to train your mind? Do you have a systemized mental training program?
 
If you're thinking that a mental training program isn’t for you, then I want you to consider the following: There was a study in 2017...
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6 Tips to Improve on Meal Prepping nutrition Sep 20, 2021
Meal prepping is a great way to stay consistent with eating healthy choices. You can either prepare foods to be cooked on certain days, saving time on work nights, or you can actually pre-cook meals to be consumed throughout the week.
 
If you find yourself ordering out frequently,...
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How to Set Goals and Stick to Them nutrition performance physical therapy running Sep 13, 2021
We’ve all done it. We’ve set a goal for ourselves and failed to reach that goal. Sometimes, we don’t even try to reach the goal and just dream about someday having attained that goal. Some common goals I have seen fail are weight loss goals, running a marathon, reading a book...
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What Is a rEMOM? mobility performance physical therapy Sep 06, 2021
rEMOM stands for rehab every minute on the minute. This is a spin on the traditional EMOM style of programming. During an EMOM, you will perform a predetermined exercise at the start of each minute. You can choose to do a certain number of reps (8 reps at the start of each minute, then rest in...
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New Location in Locust Point! baltimore physical therapy Aug 30, 2021
We have some exciting news to share! Beyond Movement PT is expanding to a second location in Baltimore City. Come check us out on the second floor of SOBO Strength and Performance! We will begin seeing clients there on September 6, 2021.
 
SOBO Strength and Performance is a new...
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Does Caffeine Improve Athletic Performance? nutrition performance running Aug 23, 2021
Caffeine is often referred to as a performance enhancing drug (PED). Many people drink it every day as a pick-me-up. A lot of people drink it every morning out of habit. For some, it is used strategically in hopes that it will improve energy levels and muscle function to perform better at their...
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Effects of Sleep Loss on Athletic Performance pain performance running sleep hygiene stress management Aug 16, 2021
It’s pretty well understood that sleep hygiene is important. If you get enough high-quality sleep, you tend to feel better and think more clearly. A lack of sleep will lead to grogginess, irritability, and slower mental processing. Long-term sleep deprivation can be linked to chronic...
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Barefoot Squatting barefoot training mobility performance Aug 09, 2021
When it comes to squatting, footwear (or lack thereof) is an important thing to consider. I see people squat in weightlifting shoes, cross training shoes, running shoes, minimalist/barefoot shoes, and without shoes. Which is best?
 
The answer to this question depends on your goals and...
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5 Reasons for Shoulder Pain in CrossFit Athletes pain performance physical therapy Aug 02, 2021
Some of the most common complaints we hear in CrossFit gyms are:
"I tweaked my shoulder.”
“My shoulders feel tight.”
“I can’t go overhead today.”
“It hurts when I kip.”
 
CrossFit is a sport known for its ability to push people to...
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