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 […]

26 Jul 21
Skip the Doctor and See Your PT First With Direct Access!

What is Physical Therapy Direct Access? Physical Therapy Direct Access means you can begin physical therapy services without a physician referral or prescription. According to the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), “Every state, the District of Columbia, and the US Virgin Islands allow for evaluation and some form of treatment without physician referral” (Bohnett, 2015). […]

17 May 21
Start Getting Better Sleep in 5 Simple Steps

It’s no secret that sleep is needed for our mental and physical function. In one of our previous blogs we talked about all the benefits of adequate sleep. Although, we might not always get the proper amount of sleep, we all know how we feel when we don’t sleep well. But despite how much we […]

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 […]

21 Apr 21
Is Understanding Pain the Easiest Way to Decrease it?

We’ve all experience pain. Whether a stubbed toe or a recent break up, pain is integrated into our daily lives. Although pain is not going anywhere, the latest research shows the more you know about pain and how it works, the better off you will be. A book called Why Do I Hurt? by physical […]