• July 8, 2024

    How to Age Well

    by Taryn Beaumont PT, DPT, CLT, CF-L2, CNC

    Are YOU aging gracefully, like a fine wine? Or do you feel that every day you wake up there is a new ache, pain, soreness or noise somewhere in your body? I would venture to guess that the latter is […]

  • April 29, 2024

    Safe Exercises to Perform During Menopause

    by Lyndsay Provencio PT, DPT

    Menopause. A word that carries so much weight in a woman’s life. A time characterized by physiological changes surrounding the loss of menses, or a regular monthly period for over one year (1). Symptoms during this time may include sweating […]

  • February 5, 2024

    3 Easy Pelvic Floor Exercises Every Mom Should Do

    by Lyndsay Provencio PT, DPT

    Let me paint two pictures for you…you’re a new mom. You’re welcoming a new family member into your home and your life, you’re 6 weeks postpartum and have been cleared back to “normal activity” but your body feels less than […]

  • January 22, 2024

    The Core Exercise You Should Be Doing

    by Ryan Nosak MS, CSCS, SCCC

    In the pursuit for a strong and stable core, one exercise stands out for its simplicity and effectiveness: the plank. Often acknowledged as the cornerstone of core workouts, the plank is more than just an ab toner. It’s a full-body […]

  • December 26, 2023

    Exercises for IT Band Syndrome

    by Taryn Beaumont PT, DPT, CLT, CF-L2, CNC

    Have you recently started a new walking, running, or exercise program and felt a sharp, burning pain on the outside of your knee? Maybe you’ve just had surgery on your knee or a total knee replacement and you feel this […]

  • November 27, 2023

    5 Ways to Get Back to Running Postpartum

    by Lyndsay Provencio PT, DPT

    A typical pregnancy is 280 days. That’s 280 days a woman has to anticipate the birth of her child and the beginning of a new chapter. Months of birthing classes, prenatal yoga, strength-specific workouts for pregnancy, pink and blue cupcakes […]

  • September 18, 2023

    Why You Should Do Copenhagen Planks

    by Ryan Nosak MS, CSCS, SCCC

    The fitness landscape is ever-evolving, with new exercises and training methods being introduced regularly. But some exercises, despite their vast benefits, remain under the radar. The Copenhagen Plank has been a best kept secret in the athletic world and it […]

  • August 21, 2023

    Different Types of Squats and Why to Do Each

    by Ryan Nosak MS, CSCS, SCCC

    Whether you’re stepping into the world of strength training for the first time or you’re an experienced athlete, squats are a foundational movement that offers something for everyone. From building strong legs to improving core stability, squats work multiple muscle […]

  • August 7, 2023

    Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Exercise

    by Lyndsay Provencio PT, DPT

    Have you ever played the game “Two Truths and a Lie”? You are given two factual statements and then one that is incorrect. Give it a try.  Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is a common sign that is often experienced after […]

  • May 23, 2023

    How to Prevent Injuries to Your Entire Body

    by Dillon Caswell PT, DPT, SCS

    Is this actually possible without bubble wrapping your entire body and taking no “movement risks” to prevent injury to your body? We guess it could be possible with that approach but that doesn’t seem like a life of fulfillment. The […]

  • April 24, 2023

    5 Features of the App You Didn’t Know About

    by Lauren Lynass

    How well do you really know the [P]rehab app? Yes you’ve crushed a rehab program or two, are conquering that performance program and have even gotten after a few workouts with us but did you know that there is so […]

  • April 3, 2023

    The Benefits of Sprinting

    by Lyndsay Provencio PT, DPT

    On your marks…get set…SPRINT! Wait a second, sprint?! That’s right! Believe it or not, sprint training can positively impact performance in just about any sport. When you really think about it, sprinting plays a role in most sports on two […]