Category Archives: STRUCTURAL STABILITY

  • 3 Months To Mont Ventoux: Part I

    By Ron Berry P.T., PHASE IV Director of Rehab Services Building to a peak is exhilarating, and self motivating – especially when it is the peak of Mont Ventoux. The top of the mountain at 6300 feet
  • Phase IV Move of the Day: Core Circuit

    By Matt Larkin, PHASE IV Exercise Specialist    CORE CIRCUIT We often hear people talking about wanting a stronger “core,” or improving core / trunk stability, but what exactly is ou
  • By Matt Larkin, PHASE IV Exercise Specialist    UPRIGHT ROW The Upright Row is a great move for the upper trapezius muscle and shoulders. This exercise is a great addition to your strength
  • By Matt Larkin, PHASE IV Exercise Specialist    SHOULDER EXTENSION Shoulder, neck and upper back pain are all too common in athletes, exercise enthusiasts, construction workers, or anyone who
  • Matt Larkin, PHASE IV Exercise Specialist    BILATERAL HORIZONTAL ABDUCTION This exercise is great for working supporting muscles of the shoulder, specifically the posterior deltoid, infras
  • Matt Larkin, PHASE IV Exercise Specialist   BICEPS CURLS While there is a virtually limitless amount of exercises you can perform to strengthen your body’s muscles, a select few are very po
  • Matt Larkin, PHASE IV Exercise Specialist    THE DEAD BUG Core strengthening and stability exercises have become key components of training programs for individuals of all fitness levels
  • SHORT TRACK SPEED SKATING – NOT JUST FOR OLYMPIANS

    By Ron Berry, P.T., Director of Rehab Services With the Winter Olympics in full swing so many of us will be tuning in to the Short Track Speed Skating Events to catch some of the excitement of the rac
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