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5 Tips for Running a Marathon

You don’t have to be the best athlete—or even an athlete at all for that matter—to know that in order to be successful in a race, you have to train well, putting in hours of strength training, miles of running, and maybe even sticking to a strict diet to get your body to its optimal […]
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Workout of the Day 3-13-17

MONDAY 3/13/17 – 2 OPTIONS OPTION 1 – 17.3 Athletes should warm up for a solid 10-15 min *Focus on arm mobility/flexibility, OH squats, Mob Squats/Lunges, 3D pendulums, Hip Drives, – then do a round of pull ups/and snatches as warm up Prior to 8:00, complete: 3 rounds of: 6 chest-to-bar pull-ups (scaled jumping chin […]
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Exercise Keeps the Heart Running

Exercise is essential to a healthy heart. With February being Heart Month, it’s the perfect time to talk about a few ways exercise can lower cholesterol, dramatically decrease your risk of heart attack and stroke, and increase your probability of a longer, healthier life. One of the most important topics we hear about when it […]
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Benefits of Massage Therapy for Heart Health

Cardiovascular disease accounts for one in every 3 deaths making it the #1 leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. While there are many different types of heart disease, the American Heart Association advocates for early prevention strategies to minimize the risk factors associated with all heart conditions. Choosing […]
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Foods that Help the Heart Beat Strong

Without a doubt, exercise has shown to help prevent heart disease and stroke. If you don’t have a regular routine in place, now’s the time to implement one. Now let’s talk about what you’re putting into your mouth each day and some simple tips you can start trying to better support your ticker. BREAKFAST Are […]
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Rehab United’s Jason Averilla, PT, DPT, educates us on Vestibular Therapy

Vestibular Therapy is an important service for many people in our community who experience dizziness and/or balance difficulties. It is very common that these individuals go far too long before learning that Physical Therapy can help dizziness. Jason Averilla, PT, DPT of Rehab United shares some good information about Vestibular Therapy and how PT can […]
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Rehab United’s Chris Wolfinger, PT, DPT, ATC, discusses the Physical Therapist and ATC Relationship

RU prides itself on giving as many opportunities to Athletic Trainers in the San Diego community, such as managing the medical care for tournaments such as Surf Cup, ECNL National Cup, SCY Rugby, and the San Dieguito High Schools (Torrey Pines, LCC, SDA, CCA). The relationship between Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainer is very important. […]
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Rehab United’s Brittany Hollenbeck, PT, DPT, ATC, speaks about fall risk and balance deficits

Do you lose your balance or call yourself clumsy? Are you worried about a parent or a grandparent will fall and hurt themselves? Fall Risk is a serious concern for those over 65, Brittany Hollenbeck, PT, DPT is sharing some great information that can help you or some you know be safe.
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