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STATE OF FITNESS INJURY PREVENTION CLINIC SEPT 17TH

Sep3rd 2014

We will be hosting a FREE Injury Prevention Clinic on Wed Sept 17th at 7:30 p.m for the members of State of Fitness. Topics covered will include: Proper Stretching techniques Adequate Rest Periods Common problem areas leading to compensation/injury Normal muscle fatigue versus overtraining FREE consultations will be provided afterward for anyone interested Registration:SIGN UP

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TRIATHLETE INJURY PREVENTION CLINIC

Sep24th 2013

We had a great time presenting for the Oak Park Triathlon Team at the Oak Park YMCA. We presented 3 stretches and 3 exercises for swimming, biking, and running that can be performed to prevent common Triathlete injuries. We had a great turn out and would like to thank Kathi Shipley for helping to organize

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Lansing Boys And Girls Club Injury Prevention Clinic

Apr24th 2013

Thanks to everyone who showed up for our Injury Prevention Clinic last week. At Peak Performance it is important to make sure kids are staying strong, flexible, and understand the difference between pain and muscle fatigue. Overuse injuries continue to rise and we are passionate about keeping kids in the game for life. If you

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Throwing Clinic Review

Jun8th 2012

Throwing Clinic Review Thank you to all the coaches, players and parents who attended our throwing clinic. If you didn’t get all the materials please email us at info@peakperformanceompt.com and we can send you them to you. If you have any additional questions please call us at 517.853.6800 or you can email any of our

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WE WILL BE HOSTING A FREE THROWING CLINIC JUNE 7TH AT 6 P.M.

May30th 2012

Over the past 10 years there has been an alarming rise in the number of elbow and shoulder injuries in youth and collegiate baseball. At our FREE Throwing Clinic we will review the reasons why this is happening and how players, coaches, and parents can help prevent getting a season ending injury. Dr. Meridith Heisey,

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