Age-related declines in physical fitness and health are not a sure thing — here's how you can subvert expectations and stay fit as you grow older.
Have you noticed that your energy or power production is decreasing, but you haven't changed your exercise routine? You might be overdoing high-intensity interval training (HIIT).
Ashley Moriarty, DPT, knew there was more to physical therapy than just the treatment itself. Luckily, she found a team she could connect with and learn from. Now, she works hand-in-hand with her clients and teammates to create comprehensive treatment plans that don't just look at the musculoskeletal system, but the body as a whole.
Watch our Couch to Competition webinar series on getting back to lacrosse, baseball, golf, rowing and running.
Carolyn Surgent is a mover by nature, so it’s no surprise she became a physical therapist. What could be better than helping people get back to moving the way that matters most to them?
As a young athlete, Megan Kudrick sustained many injuries. But instead of slowing her down, they helped her find her passion: athletic training.
Even though races are still canceled, three-time Boston Marathon winner Heather Pech is not letting the pandemic stop her from performing better than ever.
Most people fail to keep their resolutions in the new year — here’s how to find success in reaching your fitness goals.
As cold weather takes over the Northeast, it becomes increasingly difficult to play golf outside. Yet the off-season does not have to be an excuse to stop training, but an opportunity to sharpen your golf skills using precise data analysis. Listen to our podcast, Optimal Health Uncovered, in which our hosts discuss how golfers can use TrackMan technology to do just that.
Whether you are working from home since the coronavirus outbreak or are now getting back into the office, workspace ergonomics is very important to your overall health and wellness. Your ergonomics play into your overall ability to perform in the workplace.