Theraband

25 May 19
The Equestrian's Advantage

Like the good equestrian you are your horse has experienced the wonders of kinesiology taping but you haven’t tried it for yourself yet! And, truthfully, your horse isn’t giving you the low down on exactly HOW they feel with it on! Yes, you notice improved performance and faster healing time of injuries but is it […]

22 May 19
@mckennaonthemove

My favorite topic!  I love talking about gear.  I don’t particularly like spending money on gear, but I love how different it can make a run or a race.  The right gear can make 7 kinds of hell feel just a little bit more tolerable.  That amount could be the difference in finishing, not finishing […]

21 May 19
Little Fitness & Injury

The most boring part of exercise, right? I’ve found that making a warmup diverse, interactive, a little competitive and using little bits of equipment really helps the mental preparation/focus before training/games that we really need our players to have. Here’s a few ideas Therabands are cheap as chips, but really help aid a warmup (Plus, […]

19 May 19
Plagcenter

Addison disease manifest as a defect in the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis. The main adrenal insufficiency arises from the destruction of the adrenal cortex. The outer adrenal gland layer, zona glomerulosa, produces aldosterone. Production of cortisol occurs in both the zona reticularis and zona fasciculata respectively…

13 May 19
My Physio Solutions

Chondromalacia patella is also called patellofemoral syndrome.It is the most common cause of chronic knee pain.In this syndrome cartilage under the kneecap is damaged due to overuse of the knee or any injury.The pain increases by prolonged sitting or any activity.The pain is usually in front of the knee(anterior knee).Since the cartilage is damaged it […]

13 May 19
Allen May - Blog

Things that make your life better for under $50 Morning y’all! Hope you had a good weekend! Came across this poll on things that genuinely make your life better, and an hour later I had a list of all kinds of recommendations noted in case I ever need them one day, haha… And all from […]

12 May 19
Lush Living

Today we’re going to talk about all the favorite props that you can use when you’re working out at home. I wanted to go over my favorite at-home props because I feel like as the fitness industry is starting to offer more online programming, myself included, you can do just about anything you can do […]

12 May 19
Skylar Parent

Every spring and fall I find myself engulfed in the process of going through everything I own and ideally trying to minimize down to 100 items.  This pursuit of downsizing, down to 100 items, has made me realize what items are truly important to me and how little we as humans actually need.  However, I […]

07 May 19
Physical Therapists Brooklyn NYC

Looking for getting better running techniques? Here is a quick video how we do that in Evolve Physical Therapy. Also if you have a need of PT, just call 1-718-258-3300. Here are also a great information for runners https://www.evolveny.com/physical-therapy/running-and-gait-therapy-brooklyn Evolve Physical therapy in Brooklyn proudly serves citizens in #Brooklyn, NY; with patients seeking quality physical […]

05 May 19
Ready to Ride

Ok, so The photo at the top is of Baz, demonstrating how to wear both Kinesiotape (K Tape) and TheraBand to increase the intensity and specificity of his training. But we humans can also use all manner of different equipment to modify how our bodies work during training sessions. I will be covering several different […]

05 May 19
Pennant Chase Baseball

There are two things that a Ferrari and a fastball pitcher have in common. One is obvious. The other, not so much. That’s because one is widely advertised, marketed and declared as a high caliber commodity and the other, while just as crucial, is largely ignored. The first similarity is a powerful accelerating capability allowing […]

02 May 19
The Scientific Ballerina

I sat down with Hannah, a pre-professional dancer in Arizona. She is currently applying for dance programs across the country and aims to become a commercial dancer. I asked about her history as a dancer, the injuries she sustained and how she got them, and what she thinks should be discussed in the dancer world. […]

02 May 19
Adventurous Aging ->your baby boomer lifestyle

by deb sims Welcome Baby Boomers. Come age youthfully with me as I blog about my journey as an active Vintager. In this post: Is this familiar?… Uh Oh! I looked down and noticed that I could not see my knee caps. They had disappeared under my south-sliding thighs. I climbed my stairs and felt […]

30 Apr 19
PT to pt Journey

Tomorrow I will be 5 weeks out. One more week until “normalcy” can begin to really kick in. My ROM (range of motion) precautions will be done and I’ll be allowed to wash my left foot and leg by myself. I’m getting better about dressing myself. Gettin’ real good at that reacher business. Yessss sir. […]