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Watching television can be a fun way to spend a night at home. We all have our shows. "Are you still watching?" "Yes, Netflix! I am" While it is fun to binge-watch a television show, sitting for long periods can be detrimental to your health. Fear not – we have 4 Exercises you can do at home while watching TV Here are some exercises you can do while enjoying a good show! Sit-To-Stand Leg Figure Eights Elevated Mountain Climbers Tricep Dips Need help getting started? These exer...
Posted on 2021-06-17
Get On and Off the Floor A series of studies suggest that if you can go from standing to sitting on the floor and back to standing without using your hands, you're a lot less likely to die than someone who can't. It's called the sitting-rising test. Here's how it works: You start standing, and without support, you sit down on the floor, then stand back up. You start with a score of 10. Every time you put a hand, knee, forearm, or the side of your leg on the floor you lose 1 point.&nbs...
Posted on 2021-04-06
Athletic trainers hold at least a four-year degree from a BOC (Board of Certification) accredited institution. They are licensed, certified health professionals working with athletes on and off the field. Generally, they are the first responders when injuries occur during sporting events. Athletic trainers work closely with coaches and parents and will refer athletes to other health care professionals such as physicians, physical therapists and surgeons when needed. Athletic trainer's hours ...
Posted on 2021-03-09
Colder weather means some changes to how we exercise. Of course, it's harder to motivate yourself to get outside for a run or bike ride when the temperature drops and the shorter days compress our schedules, but there are changes in your body that affect your ability to exercise too. For many people with arthritis or other joint problems, cold weather brings more complaints of pain. To stay warm, our bodies narrow blood vessels to reduce blood flow to the skin, and more superficial muscles. ...
Posted on 2020-12-08
If you’re experiencing pain, you’re one in 100 million Americans that can probably agree pain is no fun to live with. You likely have good days and bad days with your pain, but did you know physical therapy can help you make the good days better and the bad days less frequent? At Fremont Therapy Group, we change lives by helping people move better. “When it comes to physical therapy, it’s about making it possible for people to live and experience life t...
Posted on 2020-12-02
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