My favorite word is Tenacity. No one better defines and represents that word than Becky T. We first met as I taught her CrossFit OnRamp. Words of encouragement and reassurance regarding movements being infinitely scale-able and modifiable flew out of my mouth. But, I won’t lie, in my head I was thinking, “Okay, how are… Read More
Article on how pelvic position can affect movements such as air squat, lunges, and split squats. Read More
Developing the ability to feel your body and its arrangement is a key aspect of learning how to take care of its movements. If you are a physical therapy patient, practicing this ability will help you to benefit from the instruction you receive in your sessions, and even after you complete your program. If you are a lifestyle athlete, competitor, performer, or any other kind of mover, the knowledge you acquire with this sense will apply to your performance in all of your moving and training, in injury or health. Read More
South Burlington Physical Therapy presents single leg balance variations as a building block for athletic potential. Read More
This is the excerpt for your very first post.