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360 Degrees of Movement – Tips to Improve Lateral Agility

November 15th, 2017

An athlete is only as good as their “effective range” – the range in which they can get out and back from where they are currently at.  This includes 360 degrees so you have to be able to move laterally to dominate your competition in most sports! Shuffling is 1 of the 2 means of

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Fast Feet Friday – Speed Training Tips – Ground Preparation

November 3rd, 2017

Preparing our foot to strike the ground is often overlooked in speed development.  Ground contact can enhance or be detrimental to our sprinting performance! Here are some tips to consider when training: Toes up Heels stay a credit card width off the ground Foot strikes directly underneath the hips Spend as little time in contact

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Prevent Injuries and Move Efficiently – Myokinematic Restoration – by CJ Conway

October 16th, 2017

I recently attended, along with other members of our physical therapy staff, a Postural Restoration Institute Myokinematic Restoration course that was held at our facility in Cherry Hill .  I know, I know, it sounds a bit confusing when put together like that but in all actuality the concepts taught to me over the weekend

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Improving Function and Reducing Pain and Injury With Aaron Bonaccorsy

September 26th, 2017

This past weekend, I visited New York City to attend a FRC Seminar. Some of our physical therapists have already gone through this course and I had gotten great recommendations from many credible sources that this seminar would up my game as a coach, so I was excited to learn. What is FRC? FRC stands

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