The Romanian Versus the Conventional Deadlift

30 May 22
The Romanian Versus the Conventional Deadlift

We have spent a lot of time discussing the benefits of resistance training. If you missed it, check out our recent blog! When it comes to resistance training, the deadlift, squat and bench press are basic staples. The deadlift is frequently performed when the goal is leg and posterior-chain muscles. The “dead” part of deadlift […]

14 Feb 22
McKenzie Method, back pain in flexed posture picture What Makes Chronic Pain Different?

Most of us have encountered at least one person with chronic pain. Chronic pain is different the acute pain and can last months to years. Chronic pain is generally defined as pain that persists for 3 months or longer. It can lead to physical decline, functional limitations and even emotional distress. Pain can be classified […]

18 Oct 21
Outperform the Competition With Speed Training

The ability to outrun the competition is a hallmark of most athletic performance. We often hear the term ‘speed’ being used when describing someone’s outstanding physical performance. However, it is important to know there is more to athletic performance than just speed. There are actually three different aspects that create superb athletic and physical performance: […]

20 Sep 21
Could Your Arm Pain Be Coming From Your Back?

HEAR, HEAR! This study is the first of its kind and we’re so excited to share!  A study recently published in the Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy, looks at pain from a new point of view. The study investigated the amount of patients who present with isolated extremity (arm, leg, elbow, etc) pain who […]

26 Apr 21
Don’t Forget to Breathe! Mindful Breathing Techniques

Our lungs are constantly working to keep us alive! We breathe about 12 to 20 times a minute, totaling 17,000 times a day and 6 million breaths a year. Although breathing is vital for our function, we often don’t pay any attention to it. We usually breathe shallowly and quickly instead of taking large, lung-filling […]