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Strength Training for Youth Athletes performance Jun 14, 2021
The idea of strength training for youth athletes was controversial for a long time. There was an idea that it was harmful to do strength training in a pre-pubescent age due to issues with development of the growth plates.
 
The debate is over. Nowadays, it is widely accepted that the...
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6 Common Myths About Arthritis pain physical therapy Jun 07, 2021
Arthritis is a common condition linked to pain and disability. It is regarded as the most common joint disorder in the United States.
 
Like many other musculoskeletal conditions, there is a lot of misinformation about arthritis management. Most of this misinformation is based on...
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Returning to the Gym After a Hip Replacement pain performance physical therapy May 31, 2021
Hip pain is fairly common in the gym, especially with squatting. Sometimes this can be related to hip impingement and arthritis. If the arthritis is bad enough, then you may be a candidate for a hip replacement. I’m not going to get into the specifics of hip biomechanics with squatting in...
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Why Perform Kipping Pull-Ups? performance May 24, 2021
If you’ve ever walked into a CrossFit gym or watched videos of people doing CrossFit, then you have seen people doing kipping pull-ups. This is one of the most controversial movements commonly programmed in CrossFit as it is not really seen in traditional strength training and to most...
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Are Massage Guns Worth It? mobility pain performance physical therapy running May 17, 2021
Massage guns, like the Theragun, Hypervolt, TimTam, and many others, have become increasingly popular over the past 2 years. I’ve seen them used in physical therapy clinics, athletic training rooms, and gyms. Sometimes a physical therapist or a personal trainer may use this tool to help a...
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Our Team is Growing | Meet Shannon Hall, PT, DPT baltimore physical therapy May 10, 2021
We have some BIG NEWS to share with you! The Beyond Movement PT team just got better!
 
I’m pleased to announce that my wife, Shannon, has officially joined Beyond Movement PT. She has been a huge help behind the scenes with getting the clinic started and is responsible for a lot...
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Returning to CrossFit After Rotator Cuff Repair pain performance physical therapy May 03, 2021
Injury rates in CrossFit are similar to those in Olympic lifting, running, gymnastics, and military training. Despite the misinformation that was spread about high injury rates in CrossFit, the injury rates are actually similar to other lifting sports.
 
That being said, injuries do...
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Pain Relief with Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training blood flow restriction (bfr) training pain physical therapy Apr 26, 2021
Blood flow restriction (BFR) training can be very beneficial in rehabilitation from an injury. While you are unable to tolerate heavier loads, you can use BFR training with bodyweight or 20-40% 1RM to achieve similar results as heavy (> 70% 1RM) loads. You can also use BFR training to...
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How to Improve Your Recovery nutrition pain performance physical therapy running sleep hygiene Apr 19, 2021
At Beyond Movement PT, we work with a lot of people who like to push their bodies to their limits, whether that be through CrossFit, marathon running, or other activities. We also work with athletes and active people after surgery.
 
The tips I am going to discuss in this blog can be...
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Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training Speeds Up Recovery After Surgery blood flow restriction (bfr) training physical therapy Apr 12, 2021
Muscle breakdown, aka atrophy, happens incredibly fast after surgery or injury. When you’re injured or you’re not allowed to put any weight through one of your limbs or tolerate any load, in as little as two weeks that limb goes into a state of anabolic resistance and protein...
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