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Entering the Offseason

By: Jason Roth PT, SCS By this time of year most of us are wrapping up the fall baseball season. Setting up our players’ off seasons is vital to next year’s success, future health, and overall performance. While some parents and coaches are rushing to get their players signed up for training sessions, pitching instruction, […]


NYC Marathon – Taper Tips!

It’s taper time! With 3 weeks to go until the NYC marathon, taper time has begun. Tapering is one of the most important parts of marathon training, but one of the hardest to implement. Many people fear cutting back their training as they believe it will hurt their performance. However, reducing mileage before the race […]


Summer Marathon Training- How to Handle the Heat

It’s marathon training season, especially here in NYC, as we are just 12 weeks out from the New York City Marathon! One of the unavoidable downfalls of training for a fall marathon is having to run through the heat and humidity of the summer. For every 10 degree increase in air temperature above 55 degrees, […]


5 Great Cross-Training Exercises to Avoid Running Injuries

  Spring weather has finally arrived! Many runners have started to run outdoors after the long winter. They are increasing their mileage as they train for a half or full marathon. The Bridgehampton Half and 5K is quickly approaching this weekend, with many more races to follow. A common error while training for a race is the runner […]


Why Does Manual Therapy Work?

Your hips were feeling stiff so your physical therapist performed massage on your glutes and you found you could squat deeper. Your physical therapist gave you a thoracic manipulation when you were experiencing neck pain and you suddenly found you could turn your head further to each side or lift your arms above your head […]

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What is overtraining syndrome?

By: Jillian Chiappisi PT, DPT, SCS Although somewhat controversial, “overtraining” is actually considered to be a syndrome in and of itself and is evidence of a body that is being pushed past the point of its ability to heal and repair itself. According to the authors of this article, which studies gymnasts as a sample population, […]


Keeping​ ​Your​ ​Feet​ ​on​ ​the​ ​Ground

Did You Know… 1 in 4 Americans above the age of 65 fall every year? As individuals get older, the risk of falling increases. The fear of falling is also common as people age, even for those who haven’t fallen. The fear alone can lead people to avoid or minimize performance of their activities of […]


NYC Marathon Advice

With two weeks to go until the New York City Marathon, as a first timer or a seasoned veteran, you might be asking yourself what is normal† to feel, and what isn’t normal to feel. Here are some tips to get you through the last 2 weeks before the marathon.  Taper time!  By now, you should be […]


Three Running Myths: Debunked!

As the first day of summer came and went last week, running season is officially underway. Whether you are out as a casual runner, a competitive runner, or just starting out, we all have one goal in common… to avoid injury. There is a lot of information available to runners in magazines, throughout the internet, […]


5 Tips on How to Make Exercise Work for You!

Making time for and sticking to an exercise program can be tough. Whether you’ve been prescribed exercises by a physical therapist, or you’re just trying to be more regimented about your own routine, try these 5 tips to help improve your compliance! 1. Set a date (and time) with yourself It may sound silly, but […]


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