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Stop Checking Your Fitness Metrics

Stop Checking Your Fitness Metrics Just getting out of bed in the morning and lacing up your sneakers for a workout a few times a week is a big achievement. Why ruin your good vibes by obsessing over metrics? Fixating on metrics while you walk, jog, run or cycle can

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Stretching Is Good for Your Heart

Stretching is Good for Your Heart We’ve all skimped on our post-workout stretches despite knowing how beneficial they are for avoiding injury. You’ve probably heard your trainer, doctor or coach stress how this practice not only helps restore your body, posture and muscles, but it also reduces post-workout recovery time,

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Breathe Your Way to Better Health

BREATHE YOUR WAY TO BETTER HEALTH James Nestor, author of “Breath: The Science of a Lost Art,” says “You can’t truly be healthy unless you’re breathing correctly.” In fact, certain breathing techniques can reduce stress, regulate emotions, prevent insomnia, influence weight and improve athletic performance. Breathing is a natural reflex

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IS DEATH AND THE AGING BODY PREVENTABLE?

IS DEATH AND THE AGING BODY PREVENTABLE? Richard Feynman – Nobel Prize winning physicist – writes: “There is nothing in biology yet found that indicates the inevitability of death.” It’s a New Year and a New Decade so we, at Jason Ferine Physical Therapy, are taking a moment to research some

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PHYSICAL THERAPY AND HEALTHY AGING

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PHYSICAL THERAPIST’S ADVICE FOR RUNNERS

PHYSICAL THERAPIST’S ADVICE FOR RUNNERS The golden standard in SPORTS TRAINING – Maintaining a balance between biomechanics, functional strength and flexibility will be the key to your sports training success and especially for your walking or running regime.   Pay attention to small aches and twinges before they develop into more serious injuries

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