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Recovery Studio at Outlast Health and Performance baltimore blood flow restriction (bfr) training mobility pain performance physical therapy recovery running stress management Nov 07, 2022

We are excited to offer several recovery services and tools to our clients! Our studio is available to help you upgrade your rehab experience, enhance your recovery between training sessions, and prepare for your next bout of training.

Our studio is equipped with the same recovery tools used by...

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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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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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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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Movement is Medicine mobility pain performance physical therapy running stress management Oct 25, 2021
This is our mantra at Beyond Movement PT. We believe in it so much that we literally have it written on our walls in our Sparks clinic.
 
There’s no disputing it. There are thousands of research articles that support the health benefits of movement and exercise. To name a few:...
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Improve Performance Through the 4 Pillars of Health mobility nutrition performance physical therapy pregnant and postpartum athletes running sleep hygiene stress management Oct 18, 2021
Most people only think about the physical aspects of improving performance and/or recovering from an injury. Of course the physical aspect is really important, however we like to look at the big picture. If you are only looking at one thing, you are going to struggle with getting better.
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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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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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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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Cupping Therapy mobility pain physical therapy Jul 19, 2021
What is cupping?
 
Cupping, also known as myofascial decompression, is a technique used to promote increased blood flow in an area and to reduce pain. Cupping comes from traditional Chinese medicine, where it was used to stimulate the flow of qi (vital energy flowing through the body)...
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