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Motivation for Movement By: Megan Piersol, DPT Exercising can be a hard thing for some people to get motivated to do. I did some research on some motivational quotes to hopefully help those of you struggling to find inspiration to get moving. I tried to keep them related more to the mind, body, and therapeutic benefits of exercise since it is what I tend to preach daily to my patients. “For me, exercise is more than just physical – it’s therapeutic.” – Mic...
Posted on 2019-04-26
Balancing Vacation and Your Exercise Routine By: Megan Piersol, DPT. Vacations can be a very stressful time, but also a very relaxing time. Often the stress comes from actually taking time off work, feeling somewhat guilty for doing so, and also the stress of trying to fit in your exercise. Why can’t vacation also equal exercise? Let’s face it, you actually might have more time to fit in an exercise routine on vacation than you do when you go back to your rigid personal and work ...
Posted on 2019-03-25
The Most Overlooked Reason Why Fitness Resolutions Fail. by Tamer Issa, PT, DPT . With the new year comes our best intentions of setting resolutions to improve our lives.  For many of us, we make fitness-related resolutions to lose weight or get in shape.  The reality is that for most of us, we will fail after a few short weeks.  There are many reasons why this happens, including poor goal setting or our fear of change.  There is one reason that is commonly overlooked an...
Posted on 2019-01-13
Age Is Just a Number “I’m just getting old.” Have you ever said or thought that about an ache or pain that you’re having?  We hear it every day in the clinic. If we’re being honest, we’ve probably said it ourselves as well. We have some bad news for you, you don’t get to keep blaming your aches and pains on old age.  Just because you are getting older doesn’t mean you have to experience pain or be limited in what you want to do. Th...
Posted on 2018-08-20
What If I Don’t Like To Exercise? By: Jesse Lewis, DPT At this point, you’ve probably been told a thousand times that exercise is good for you.  You can’t go a week without someone mentioning it or seeing some headline about how exercise is good for you.  But what if you hate the treadmill or the thought of going into a gym makes you break out into a cold sweat? Exercise doesn’t have to be structured.  As long as you are active and moving, that co...
Posted on 2018-07-12
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