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Take Our Super Bowl Fitness Challenge

Posted on by Brandon Bowers, PT, DPT, Astym Cert.

After an exciting NFL season, the Super Bowl is finally here. Arguably the pinnacle of sports in the United States, the Bengals will take on the Rams on Super Bowl Sunday. Millions of people will be watching the game around the globe, and many of them will spend the whole game sitting on a chair or couch. Let’s make the Super Bowl more fun with a game of our own.

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5 Exercises for the Non-Athlete

Posted on by Tanner Neuberger, PT, DPT, TDN Level 1

Here at Athletico, we have an extensive blog catalog about different exercises and applications for various ailments. Within this blog, I will highlight exercises for non-athletes. Honestly, everyone is an athlete in some form, and certain exercises can be tailored to help reach specific goals.

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Tips from a PT: How to Perfect the Squat

Posted on by Kathleen Warner PT, DPT, OCS

Squats are a foundational exercise movement. When you squat, you move at multiple joints via the action of several major muscle groups. A squat involves a hip hinge and bending at the knee and ankle. A squat is also a functional movement. Every time you sit down in a chair or get up from a seated position, you move through a squat pattern. Despite the familiarity of this movement pattern, it is easy to make errors with your squat form. So here are some tips to help you squat better (and maybe even with less pain or less risk of injury).

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Stronger than Yesterday: The Squat (Infographic)

Posted on by Athletico

Beginning a new strength training routine can seem overwhelming, especially when deciding what movements to incorporate.

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