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Gluteus Medius Function and Rehabilitation: Why it’s important to a healthy hip!

The Gluteus Medius is a fan-shaped muscle covering the outer surface of the ilium (one side of your pelvis). Its primary job, as part of the Gluteus Medius Function and Rehabilitation, is to abduct the hip, internally rotate the thigh (Anterior fibers), and stabilize the pelvis in the frontal plane. The Gluteus Medius is 1 […]

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Fitness is Firepower: Transforming First Responders into Fit Responders in Carlsbad, CA

The siren wails, hearts race, and it’s go-time. When the call comes in, our brave first responders need to be ready to tackle any situation. They are real-life superheroes who dash into burning buildings, scale down treacherous cliffs, and plow through dangerous waves. And let’s be honest, they don’t have the luxury of warming up

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Step Up Your Cheerleader Fitness with Balance Training

Balance training for cheerleaders – now that’s a topic that deserves the spotlight! Hey there, you energetic, pom-pom-wielding dynamos! Are you eager to catapult your performance to stratospheric levels? If so, it’s time to uncover the well-kept secret of cheerleader fitness: balance training. No, we’re not talking about your ability to juggle school, practice, and

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Unleash Your Inner Cheerleader Power: Strength Training for Cheerleaders

Hey there, cheerleader fitness fanatics! Are you ready to pump up your cheerleader muscles and leave your competition in the dust? You’ve come to the right place! Today, we’re diving into number 2 on our list of Conditioning Workouts for Cheerleaders, the wonderful world of strength training for cheerleaders. Where we’ll show you how to

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Endurance Training for Cheerleaders: Boost Your Stamina and Elevate Your Performance

Hey there cheerleaders! Are you tired of losing your breath halfway through a routine, or do you dream of effortlessly executing those high-energy stunts? Well, look no further, because we’ve got the ultimate guide to endurance training for cheerleaders that will have you feeling like a superhero on the sidelines. If you have read our

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Exercise and Adolescents, 5 Reasons Why It’s So Important

Most of us would agree that exercise is important, whether we put theory into practice or not is another story entirely.  Physical activity has special importance and benefits for adolescents, not just for their physical well-being, but for their emotional state as well.  Here are five scientific reasons why: 1. Exercise helps to release endorphins,

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Field and Court Athlete Agility

Knee Injury Prevention So why am I getting hurt? Welcome back, nerds. This blog will focus on the agility field/court athletes with lateral movements that include (but are not limited to) soccer, football, rugby, field hockey, basketball, and lacrosse. These sports are specifically called out because they often have non-contact knee ligament tears that can

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Overhead Athlete Injury Prevention

… So why am I getting hurt? Welcome back, nerds. This blog will focus on athletes that do an overhead (throwing) motion, which include (but are not limited to) baseball, softball, soccer goalkeepers, football quarterbacks, and cricket players. These sports were specifically called out because they often “short arm” their throwing motion – which means

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