Now that we are several weeks past Thanksgiving, the holiday season is in full swing. That means different things to different people. As a physical therapist at Great Moves, it means that I start to hear a very particular and repetitive chorus, and I don’t mean “Jingle Bells.” Here are some of the things that […]
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With recent storms in the area, and the possibility of more snow in the forecast, it is an important to be aware of the dangers of falling on ice. Falls on ice can lead to significant injuries such as fractures of the wrists, ankles and hip, as well as cause potential brain injury. It is […]
According to a past article at the Denver Post, crunches do not constitute a “core program” (a program that focuses on the muscles supporting the spine…and pelvis). With cyclists, we find it common that the glutes or hamstring/quad connection are misfiring and the lower abdominals (where we draw most of our support for the low […]
Next time you head out to play nine holes at the golf course, try these nine exercises: Warm Up: Always warm up before you go out and play. Walk, jog, or do something for 10 minutes Posture Check: Club along your spine, and head behind the ball. This is your posture at set-up, back swing, […]
It’s January, so out come the shorts and running shoes, and we’re off to the gym to begin our New Year’s resolution to “lose weight” and “get in shape.” Read the full article now.
The High Definition Golf Simulator has many different options for all types of golfers, from beginners to professionals. Play 20 of the top courses in North America by yourself, with 1-3 friends, or practice on the driving range and measure every club in your bag. The High Definittion Golf Simulator allows for an in-depth swing […]