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All the Power to You!

**DISCLAIMER!!** To get the full benefit of this blog, I suggest listening to “Eye of the Tiger”. Ready? Alright, so this blog is all about POWER!  And the importance of adding power exercises into your training protocol. We all know what speed is, and we know what strength is, but what exactly is power and why should we care? Power is defined as the ability to exert the maximum force AS FAST AS POSSIBLE. Therefore,…

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Mobility doesn’t equal flexibility

Mobility doesn’t equal flexibility. There I said it. And static stretching has the potential to worsen an injury, if one is present! So how do we become more mobile? Why do we need mobility? and what even is mobility? Mobility is about having the ability for joints to move through the full range of motion, with NO pain and ease of movement! It is essentially how you and your body move together. The more mobility…

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Periodization // pe·ri·od·i·za·tion

What is periodization? If you've ever wondered what periodization was, and why you hear fitness trainers talk about it, then you've come to the right place for a little crash course on the wonderful world of periodization! To begin, periodization is splitting up different training aspects into different cycles to meet different fitness goals. The four phases of periodization that I’ll talk about include:  Foundational Hypertrophy Strength Endurance (there are more than just these phases…

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Rapid NeuroFascial Reset: A New Tool

Hey everyone, Cory here! I wanted to take a minute to let you all know about this new tool I've added to my tool box. I can't wait to put this into practice! It's called Rapid NeuroFascial Reset! So you're probably asking.. What is Rapid NeuroFascial Reset? It is a newer soft tissue movement based therapeutic technique. It addresses the central nervous systems role in alleviating pain, tension and restrictions within muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and…

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Your Brain Is Always Listening

We are free to think and say whatever we’d like. But did you know that your brain is always listening? Studies by developmental biologists such as Bruce Lipton are showing over and over again that our brains hear what we say. Specifically, that our subconscious mind (the part that ensures we respond exactly how we are programmed) takes our words and beliefs and turns them into our actions. Speaking from a body and pain perspective,…

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5 Tips To Help You Find the Best Yoga Mat

When you practice yoga, one of the most important purchases is your yoga mat.  The mat can make all the difference in whatever style of yoga that you practice.  You want a mat that is the right fit for your particular style of yoga and your body type. Due to the popularity of yoga, the yoga mats have also become more solid, textured and higher quality.  In fact, there are many yoga mats available today…

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Fascial Stretch

Internally, everyone has a web-like band of connective tissue found beneath our skin that consists primarily of collagen. This tissue that is also known as fascia, attaches, stabilizes, encloses, and separates muscles, internal organs, tendons, bones, and joints, and has distinct pathways that run along the back, front and sides of the body. Fascia is responsible for ensuring that our highly complex structure remains contained and positioned appropriately throughout the body. Although we cannot see…

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How to Improve Your Golf swing and Lower Your Handicap

When spring hits after the freezing cold weather of winter, a big realization sets in. The perfect swing you mastered from last summer has left you once again. As you rotate through the changing seasons, this becomes an unfortunate reality every year, leaving you to start from the beginning as each golf season commences. It leaves you wondering whether you can do something to avoid being stuck in this continuous pattern, and improve every year…

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Top Winter Running Tips

Trying to motivate yourself to run throughout the winter months can be a struggle, but trying to stay injury free while you run throughout the winter months can be even more of a challenge! Check out these winter running tips that should help keep you running consistently all year long without pesky injuries slowing you down!   Temporarily reduce your weekly mileage with the first snowfall. When you are running on snow as opposed to…

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What To Expect – The Initial Assessment

  The main goal of an initial assessment is to determine possible causes of your injury or impairment. We also ask: What can we do to remove or alleviate the pain? One thing to keep in mind is that sometimes, you may be a bit sore after an assessment.  This is largely due to the fact that we’ve probably just moved your body in ways you’ve been avoiding due to discomfort or pain.  In order…

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At Whole Therapy, we believe that two heads are better than one. Our team works together to help people: It’s simple. Because one therapy is not always the one for everyone. We know that every body is different, and everyone has different goals, preferences, and timelines when it comes to their health and their bodies.

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The Return Of Massage

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