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Back Squats vs. Front Squats: Looking at Biomechanics performance Sep 07, 2020
There are a few squat variations out there. Two of the most common are the back squat and the front squat. We are going to keep this one simple and not go into differences between high and low bar positions during the back squat.
 
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Dry Needling dry needling physical therapy Aug 31, 2020
What is Dry Needling?
 
Dry needling is the use of thin monofilament needles to treat musculoskeletal pain. The term “dry” means that there is no injection. The needles are typically inserted into painful areas within muscles, known as trigger points. There are two common...
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Acute:Chronic Workload Ratio (ACWR) performance physical therapy running Aug 24, 2020
This post is a little dense, so bear with me.
 
Background
 
Training volume is a frequently overlooked variable by athletes and even coaches. A big reason for this is just not having something in place to measure volume. That’s where acute:chronic workload ratio (ACRW)...
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Exercise Snacking performance physical therapy Aug 17, 2020
Exercise snacking refers to exercising in shorter bouts of time, such as two 5-minute exercises per day. The benefits of resistance training and routine exercise on improving overall health and strength are clear, but what happens if you choose to perform shorter bouts of training?
 
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Nutrition to Reduce Inflammation and Speed Up Healing nutrition performance physical therapy Aug 10, 2020
When someone is injured, the first phase of healing is the inflammatory stage. This is characterized by pain, swelling, redness, and warmth. Healing chemicals are brought to the injured area.
 
While inflammation is necessary for the repairing process, too much can cause additional...
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Stronger People Are Harder to Kill performance physical therapy Aug 03, 2020
We all know that exercise is good for us. It’s pretty well known that physical activity leads to improvements in cardiovascular health. Taking it one step further, studies have shown improvements in all-cause mortality from engaging in physical activity. High-intensity exercise provides...
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Our Policies Regarding COVID-19 physical therapy Jul 27, 2020
The safety of our clients and therapists is of the utmost importance for us. Below, you will read the policies in effect during the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
All of our sessions are 1-on-1 between the client and the PT in a private room. There is no overlap between patients. This is not new...
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Is CrossFit Right for Me? performance Jul 20, 2020

There is a lot of information we could cover on this topic, but I’m choosing to keep this one brief. As with everything, it depends on certain factors. For the overwhelming majority, CrossFit is appropriate and safe. Actually, CrossFit can be scaled to meet people at any level.

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Returning to the Gym Safely After COVID-19 performance Jul 13, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted us all in some pretty crazy ways. One of the biggest industries affected is the fitness industry. Gyms were forced to shut down across the country, leaving gym owners in an unfortunate position and making it nearly impossible for many people to continue with...
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Introduction to Outlast Health and Performance baltimore physical therapy Jul 06, 2020
Hey everyone, my name is Corey. Thank you for checking out Outlast Health and Performance. I wanted to introduce myself and the clinic to you.
 
I grew up in Sparrows Point, MD and I have played sports throughout my life (primarily soccer). I still play soccer in local leagues, but get the...
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