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Medical Missions: A Painful Truth

Posted on by Amanda DiGangi | 2 Comments

Typical Medical Mission: There are many types of medical mission trips, through many different organizations, traveling to countries without access to medical professionals. There are organizations that rally volunteers which are most often students, current and/or retired medical professionals, and likely others just trying to make a difference or beef up their resumes. (more…)

Stretch of the Week: Reclined Cobbler’s Stretch

Posted on by Rachel Lackowski | Leave a Comment

February’s focus for our weekly stretches will be for the inner thighs.

The inner thighs are largely composed of five muscles: Pectineus, Adductor Longus, Gracillis, Adductor brevis, and Adductor magnus. These muscles are primarily responsible for adduction, such as when crossing the leg past the mid-line of the body towards the opposite side. They play a critical role in our day to day functions including standing and walking. Therefore, it is important to maintain both their flexibility and strength to help prevent injuries. (more…)

Take Care of Your Injury Sooner Rather Than Later

Posted on by Dan Czajkowski | 1 Comment

We’ve all been there at one point or another. Dealing with daily pain can be a constant ritual of our day just like eating breakfast or combing your hair. (more…)

What’s the bump on my foot?

Posted on by Dorothy Cohee | 2 Comments

Have you ever noticed a bump on the top of your foot or along the side of your big toe? What is it? (more…)

Stretch of the Week: Cobra on the Wall

Posted on by Rachel Lackowski | Leave a Comment

The final back bending exercise for January is an advanced stretch called Cobra on the Wall. It is similar to the stretch highlighted in the first week of January, but with the assistance of a wall. (more…)

Stretch of the Week: Basic Bridge

Posted on by Rachel Lackowski | 1 Comment

We are into the third week of January! I hope your back muscles are feeling stronger and the muscles along the front or your body are feeling more flexible! (more…)

Working the Boards: Body Contact Development: A Coaching Perspective

Posted on by Steve Chmielewski | Leave a Comment

Hockey is a graceful game that requires players to participate in manner that requires body contact regardless of whether checking is permitted. Any avid hockey player can acknowledge the difference between a “body check” and “body contact” but occasionally the line can be blurred when a player’s skill level is questionable and when an official’s subjective interpretation is applied to the game. (more…)

Stretch of the Week: Locust

Posted on by Rachel Lackowski | Leave a Comment

Week two of January is another beginner level therapeutic back bend called Locust. Locust helps to strengthen the hamstrings, glutes and lumbar musculature, building on last week’s Cobra stretch. As a warm up, you can do a few Cobra stretches prior to performing the Locust. If you missed last week’s stretch, you can find instructions here.

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Snow Shoveling Stretches

Posted on by Emily Helton | 3 Comments

Snow is beautiful when falling to the ground, but it is hard work to clear it out of the way. To keep from getting too sore, try these three exercises after shoveling all of that snow.

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Stretch of the Week: Cobra Pose

Posted on by Rachel Lackowski | Leave a Comment

Welcome to 2016!! I hope everyone had a great holiday and happy start to the New Year! This is a time for new beginnings, new goals and I’m sure many of you have made some kind of health or fitness goal. Stretching is an easy thing to add to your routine and I hope you decide to dedicate time each week to it! (more…)

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