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Better and Not Broken

Better and Not Broken 2020 Resolution January has arrived, and with the new year comes a sudden surge in fitness participation.  January’s well-intentioned training efforts produce many of the physical therapy patients we treat in February and March.  Fitness folks that morph into physical therapy patients travel remarkably similar paths.   For those returning to exercise, I have some suggestions that will keep you in the gym and out of the clinic. Choose Joint Friendly Exercises Many of the training tools in the typical fitness facility limit movement to one joint.  Seated knee extension, prone leg curls, seated shoulder abduction, and seated hip abduction wedge the body into artificial alignments in an effort to place load on one muscle.  Older, overloaded,…

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January 2016 Newsletter

In this issue, Mike O'Hara, PT discusses the importance of strong, well-functioning upper back muscles. Exercises, including video, are presented.  Jeff Tirrell gives us ways to keep all those New Year's fitness resolutions, and Mike gives fitness tips to make your program more successful. Download Here

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