The Beginner’s Guide to Resistance Training (Part 2)

30 Aug 21
The Beginner’s Guide to Resistance Training (Part 2)

Strength training is recommended a mimimim of two times a week by the American College for Sports Medicine. However, starting strength training might feel like a daunting task. Last week we started breaking down how to create a resistance training program for beginners. Today, we are going to go over the remaining design variables involved […]

8 Mar 21
FMS: First Move Well, Then Move Often!

The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) was introduced in 2001 by a physical therapist named Gray Cook.  FMS was first explained in High Performance Sports Conditioning, a book that used latest training information to make good athletes great. In 2007, Cook introduced the concept of FMS to two NFL teams, the Bears and Colts. That year […]

3 May 20
Couch To 5k Week 12: Three Miles!

The quarantine weeks are really flying by now….. said no one ever.⏳ via GIPHY via GIPHY However, the good news is that hopefully the end of the COVID-19 pandemic is near,  with states starting to at least talk about reopening. Until then, let’s stay as positive as we can, keep getting outside under the sun, […]

19 Jun 19
Summer Work Out Tips

Workouts can be grueling to get in during our regular day to day schedules of work and family but in the summer it feels like getting a work out in is even harder!  All the picnics, Bar-B-Cues, vacation plans, weekends to the shore, chilling by the lake, and entertaining kids off from school can make […]

16 Sep 18
BeneFIT PT’s Guide to Working Out: It’s All About You

Hopefully, this series has helped you to realize how important detailed, specific, and timed short-term goals are to achieving your long-term success. Ways that we can set ourselves up for success in starting or changing our habits. Finally, how through the combination of goals and habit-forming we can truly gain the consistency to work out. […]