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The 10% Rule: How to Break it

If you’re a runner you’ve heard about the 10% rule but you’ve probably noticed a lot of plans tell you to break it on the regular. 1,808 more words


Take Charge of Your Health! How to Advocate for Yourself.

Kaitlyn Parrotte, PT, DPT

Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy (OCS)

Certified Functional Manual Therapist (CFMT)

The new year is in full swing, and many of us have set goals to help start things off with renewed energy. 1,429 more words

Dear Women: Stop being afraid to get "bulky" if you lift heavy weights

If I had a dollar for every time I heard a woman say that they don’t want to increase in the amount of weight they are lifting because they don’t want to get bulky, I’d have my college loans paid off in full. 454 more words


Improve Your Movement – A Year Long Series: Week 10

Improve Your Movement – A Year Long Series:

Week 10

A progressively more challenging series of stretches and exercises tailored for the desk-bound population. Try these to improve your health and posture! 57 more words


Plantar Fasciitis & Achilles Tendonitis: Why they should be easy to get better – PART 1

Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendonitis would have to be two of the more common ailments I have seen in runners during my relatively short time as a coach. 1,072 more words


Are exoskeletons the future of workplace injury prevention?

By Melissa Vince, BWC Public Relations Manager

We’re capping off OSC18 with an all-day session and demonstration of the latest in workplace wearable technology: exoskeletons. 104 more words

Ohio Bureau Of Workers' Compensation

Back squat, front squat, deep squat or quarter squat?

One of the more common questions that coaches and trainers get asked is, what is the difference between back and front squats? This post will look briefly at the differences between both front and back squat and explain why you should be squatting below parallel if your mobility allows you to. 1,198 more words

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