Not All Cardio is the Same: Choosing the Right Machine

7 Jun 21
cardio Not All Cardio is the Same: Choosing the Right Machine

The gym can be really intimidating if you’re new to exercising. Even online sources and fitness accounts might have confusing terms. However, we created a beginner’s guide to working out to help navigate the beginning of your fitness journey. Today’s blog is focused on common cardio machines because cardio machines aren’t a one size fits […]

31 May 21
dehydration, hydration Preventing Dehydration: Let’s Raise a Glass or Three!

We are made up of an average of 60% water! Our brain is made of a surprising 75% water and even our bones are 30% water. With so much of our bodies made of water it’s no surprise that dehydration has a strong impact. A human can live for weeks without eating food, but can […]

10 May 21
Can Physical Therapy Help with Rheumatoid Arthritis?

Did you know? RA affects 0.4-1% of the population in North America 2-3 times more common in females than males  Most commonly diagnosed in women 30-60 years of age Individuals with RA are 8 times more likely to have the functional disability compared with adults in the general population from the same community It can […]

3 May 21
Is Cardio or Weight Training Better for Your Health?

Many of us are ramping up our workouts as sunny, beach weather approaches in New Jersey. However, what should your workout focus on this spring to get into the best shape? Should you do cardio or lift weights for the best results and effects? Short answer is…BOTH! Let’s dive in a little further! What Does […]

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 […]