Month: February 2016

The X-Factor in Golf Training

By Alex Burtch, M.S. CSCS With winter drawing near to an end and spring just around the corner, I wanted to write on one of the most popular recreational sports here in Louisville. Therefore, I…

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Stand Up Straight

Has anyone ever told you, “Stand up straight!” or scolded you for slouching at a family dinner? Comments like that might be annoying—but they’re not wrong. Your posture is the foundation for every movement your…

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Running Economy – Beaten, Broken and Maybe Understood

What’s running economy? Many fitness professionals, running coaches and even elite runners don’t know or understand what running economy really is. This blog post is directed at explaining the idea of running economy and a…

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5 Ways to Prepare Your Body for Pregnancy

Ensure that your body is ready to carry a baby by addressing before pregnancy any pain or problems associated with posture or weakness. Here are some physical therapist tips for helping to prepare your body for pregnancy…

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Workplace Wellness

Working at a computer work station all day can take a toll on the body. Repetitive activities and lack of mobility can contribute to aches, pains, and eventual injuries. Sitting at a desk while using…

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