1. Solving Neck Tension

    At the start of my sophomore year in college, I had a serious football injury to my neck that made the doctors and trainers around me, not only question if I was going to be able to play again... But question if I would be able to MOVE again... I remember what happened quite vividly- I dove to catch…Read More

  2. How to Increase Running Speed… Without Injuries!

    One of the biggest demographics of clients we work with is runners. Obviously this in part, because many of our runners deal with nagging and recurring injuries that get aggravated when they up their mileage. But another reason we work with our runners is to create programs to retrain their running …Read More

  3. Stretching the Hamstrings

    Are your hamstrings, aka backside of your thighs, TIGHT?! Don’t worry, almost everyone has tight hamstrings...  What is a little strange about this though, is that the hamstrings are the #1 part of the body most people stretch (when they do)... Yet, it still feels like they are the tightest thing…Read More

  4. Can We Train While We Rehab?

    Is it possible to train while we rehab injuries and pain? This is one of the most common questions I get from our runners, triathletes, crossfitters, and other competitive athletes, because many of us don’t want to be in pain… but our training/exercise is also what keeps us fit, and if you’re …Read More

  5. Fixing Flat Feet

    Are you flat footed? Do you have troubles with plantar fasciitis, perineal, posterior tib, or other ankle related aggravations?  I can relate… I always had flat feet growing up (so did my dad so I thought: “It’s just genetic.”), and so dealt with PF, calf pulls, medial knee injuries, and mo…Read More

  6. How to Fix Shoulder Impingements

    We hear the term “Shoulder Impingements” thrown around quite often... but what does it really mean?  “Shoulder impingement syndrome is an umbrella term that describes the painful pinching of soft tissue between the shoulder’s ball-and-socket joint (glenohumeral joint) and acromioclavicular …Read More

  7. How to Sit Without Pain

    Many of us have some of our biggest challenges with the body when we are sitting. Especially when we are sitting in poor positions that are often one-side dominant... So how are we supposed to sit, to reduce the impacts on our bodies? In our video of the week we break it all down!  But, I hate to s…Read More

  8. Neck Injury Causes and Solutions!

    Chronic neck pain is SO prevalent for many of us... Whether from bulged, compressed, degenerated discs, or lingering from a surgery like a fusion or rod being placed... we often cannot get a handle on truly healing the neck. And for most of our clients- After about a thousand chiropractic, physical …Read More

  9. Are inflammatory foods bad for us? Not necessarily 🤔…

    Does our nutrition matter when it comes to our pains and injuries? Some may think to yourself “No duh! The heavier I am the more weight my joints have to hold.” Yes this is true… but that’s actually just a small portion of the picture. Case and point- I have worked with hundreds of clients t…Read More

  10. How to Functionally Workout- Upper Body & Full Body- Pt4

    The Keys for Exercising Pt 4 How to Functionally Train the Upper Body *Bonus- Full-Body Exercises HBR Vlog Ep 9 (video here) Sun’s out, guns out! Time for us to dive into upper body exercises in this week’s Vlog episode, and a special bonus on covering major full-body exercises as well. One of o…Read More