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Category: Healthy Tips

Feb17th 2020

Why a Proper and Balanced Diet is Optimal for Achieving Your Peak Fitness

Nutrition strongly affects your physical performance, whether you’re a dedicated athlete, weekend warrior, or just trying to get out and exercise more. Your body does a lot throughout the day, and the food you supply it with helps it to function properly, whether you’re hitting the gym or simply performing your daily tasks.    The

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Jul10th 2019

3 Simple Methods for Protecting Your Joints While Exercising

There is no doubt that exercise is important, but it can definitely take a toll on your joints. The US Department of Health and Human Services recommends at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic exercise every week, or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic exercise. It can be difficult to determine how to keep your joints

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Jun10th 2019

The Foolproof Way to do the Perfect Squat

Squats are very beneficial, and they are a great workout to add to your daily exercise routine. When people think of squats, they typically think of toning legs and glutes. However, squats can actually benefit many parts of the body in different ways. Strong legs are important for supporting the entire body, and runners can

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May20th 2019

3 Secrets to Completing Your Cardio Exercises – For Those Who Can’t Stand Cardio

We all know that cardio takes time. In fact, one of the most common complaints we hear from patients who come to us for physical therapy exercises is that there simply isn’t enough time in their busy days to complete cardio workouts. Other times, whether there’s a time constraint or not, many people report a

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May10th 2019

How a Nutritious Diet Can Improve Your Physical Performance

Nutrition strongly affects your physical performance, whether you’re a dedicated athlete, weekend warrior, or just trying to get out and exercise more. Your body does a lot throughout the day, and the food you supply it with helps it to function properly, whether you’re hitting the gym or simply performing your daily tasks. The more

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Apr10th 2019

High-Quality Protein: What is it and Why is it Important?

Protein is a necessary nutrient for maintaining high levels of physical function. If you’re a dedicated athlete, a weekend warrior, or someone who is simply trying to become more active, your protein intake plays a key role in your physical performance. There are many factors of high-quality protein that can benefit you in ways you

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Mar12th 2019

How Your Morning Routine Can Change Your Life

When you see a physical therapist for the first time, one of the things they’ll stress is the importance of a healthy routine. Our staff led by Dr. Jill Marlan are experts in helping patients regain their full function again, and they’re also incredibly helpful in guiding you toward a healthy morning routine. Don’t hesitate

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Feb20th 2019

Try a Natural Treatment! Let Peak Performance Help You Live Life Without The Pain Meds

By any reasonable standards, ours is a highly medicated society. Scan any grocery store or pharmacy aisle and you’ll see all kinds of over-the-counter painkilling drugs. Doctors routinely write prescriptions for heavier pain relievers, including the opioid drugs that have become a national abuse nightmare. If you’re tired of suffering from chronic pain but you’re

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Nov10th 2018

Focus on the Form: How to do a Correct Squat

Squats are seen as an essential exercise move by personal trainers, our psychical therapist and gym fanatics all over the U.S. Regardless of your age, gender or fitness level, squats should definitely be part of your regular workout and physical therapy routine. While many people think that squats are all about working the leg muscles,

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Oct20th 2018

3 Sneaky Ways to Incorporate Cardio for the Cardio Haters

One of the most common issues that people mention when they come for physical therapy at Peak Performance is that they just don’t have enough time for cardio workouts due to their busy lives. Sometimes, it’s not only a time issue but also a matter of simply hating cardio in the first place. By working

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