AID Performance Physical Therapy Presents: Hip Mobility for Squating

Hey guys, what’s up? It’s Matt, I’m a PT at AID Performance Physical Therapy. Today we’re gonna talk about squatting. A lotta people ask me how do I squat right? Can you look at my squat in the gym? And the big thing with squatting is your hip mobility, a lotta times people can’t get…

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AID Performance Physical Therapy Presents: Ankle Mobility for Squating

What’s up? Matt, from AID Performance Physical Therapy. We’re gonna talk about squatting again. So one thing with squatting is a lot of people don’t have the proper ankle range of motion, and what that will do will go up the chain and causing them to possibly lean more forward, possibly causing back pain, you…

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Wake Up RECHARGED to Dominate the Day!!

Can Sleep effect weight loss….. The Simple answer is YES!!!!! More sleep can help you lose weight, burn body fat, boost your metabolism, decrease hunger hormones and decrease your calorie intake when dieting. For improved body composition….. The above points are a perfect combo, along with diet, exercise, and a perfect supplement regime to almost…

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How To Set a PR In The Kitchen

A runner’s or triathlete’s nutrition is often the limiting factor stopping them from shaving 10 to 20 seconds from their minute per mile speed or overcoming a distance plateau. BY IMPROVING your nutrition profile—including proteins, healthy fats, good carbs—you will see noticeable changes in your energy, recovery capacities, general health, and your performance. Focusing on…

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Having Back Pain?…..Stand up Straight

First, I want you to take a simple test to determine whether you are standing correctly or not. Here’s what to do: Stand up. Now grab your butt. Is it tight? If your glutes aren’t contracted, you’re standing all wrong. And that could be why your low back hurts, and why you just can’t seem…

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Ankle Injuries: Which Shoe Is Better At Prevention: High-tops vs Low-tops

Today I want to tackle a question I get a lot in the clinic, and I also used to wonder about it (for myself) as well. First, allow me tell you a personal story:  I like to play recreational basketball at the gym and never owned a pair of basketball shoes (to play in).   I…

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