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There is a lot of information out there about how to stay healthy, what to eat, and what your workout should entail.  We want to make sure you're only taking in the best, most factual information there is-- and here is where you'll find it. 

 

​Our Blog will consist of regularly updated posts discussing science-based studies on health & wellness, fitness, and nutrition, as well as entertaining, trending topics that you don't want to miss. You'll also find exercise, nutrition, and other lifestyle tips & tricks from our various health professionals, to ensure that you stay in-the-know as you go about your health and fitness journey. 

June 24, 2019

I’m going to try and summarize some of the main points from the recent guidelines that were published on return to running postnatal by the following three physical therapists: Tom Goom, Emma Brockwell, and Grainne Donnelly. They also had many other...

May 15, 2019

One of the most common cues in various fitness/exercise classes during various exercises or core work is to “draw your belly button in towards your spine.”

In addition, it is very common for people (often women) to suck in their belly button throughou...

April 16, 2019

Now that this lovely Ohio weather is starting to turn around, are you hitting the pavement running?

Nobody likes getting injured and you don’t want to have to push through pain to get through to the finish line of that upcoming race! Here are some hel...

March 15, 2019

Get out of your car today? Maybe picked something up off the ground? Well congratulations, you produced around 175 pounds of force on your spine. It probably didn't feel that heavy though, and considering your spine can only tolerate around 20 lbs of...

January 17, 2019

The sacroiliac joints (SIJ) connect the bones that make up the pelvis (the sacrum and ilium), below the lower back. The SI joints help connect the pelvis to the spine and legs and the SI joints help transfer loads. Pain in this region is very common...

December 27, 2018

Low back pain is extremely common and, in most cases, mild. At any given time, approximately 25% of people in the U.S. report having experienced low back pain within the past 3 months. For some people, back pain is recurrent or becomes chronic which...

December 7, 2018

Have you tried stretching and stretching and they still seem “tight”??

It is very common for the majority of people to report their hip flexors are “tight” or are told by someone that their hip flexors are “tight.” Most of us sit a lot during the day,...

November 30, 2018

Video Running Gait Analysis is an excellent component of a running training program!

What is video running gait analysis?

The human eye has difficulty analyzing and diagnosing deficits during running due to the speed. However, by using software such as...