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May Tip of the Month:
Marathon Recovery Tips

After months of training and preparing, the Flying Pig Maraton is finally here! After you’ve finished your big race day, be sure to plan for your post race recovery. This critical step in your training program allows your body to … Continued

March Tip of the Month: Ohio’s New
Concussion Law

Starting April 26, 2013 all youth sports coaches and referees/officials must be in compliance with Ohio House Bill 143 which has to do with Concussion Awareness and Management. The highlights of the new law are: Every youth coach and referee … Continued

Running Tips from Wellington: Final Edition

As Spring approaches, bringing with it warm weather and running events like The Shamrock Shuffle, many are beginning their training. Over the next couple of months, we’ll be publishing some helpful tips and advice from our staff. Be sure to check … Continued

Running Tips from Wellington: Second Edition

As Spring approaches, bringing with it warm weather and running events like The Shamrock Shuffle, many are beginning their training. Over the next couple of months, we’ll be publishing some helpful tips and advice from our staff. Be sure to check … Continued

February Tip of the Month: What is Sports
Massage?

Sports massage is the application of massage therapy and neuromuscular techniques to enhance performance. Sports massage is generally done before, during and after athletic events. Sports massage works to eliminate toxins in the muscle fibers, remove adhesions and minimize scar … Continued

Running Tips from Wellington

As Spring approaches, bringing with it warm weather and running events like The Shamrock Shuffle, many are beginning their training. Over the next couple of months, we’ll be publishing some helpful tips and advice from our staff. Author: Kristin Heldman, MPT … Continued

January Tip of the Month: Keeping Your
Shoulder Healthy for Tennis

The key to a healthy shoulder for tennis is to incorporate both flexibility and strength into your weekly routine. Stretching the front of the chest and back of the shoulder can help improve shoulder posture. Strengthening exercises can also help the shoulder tolerate the demands of repetitive arm movement during tennis. Shown below are good exercises for shoulder health.

December Tip of the Month: Don’t Run From
The Cold

Running in the cold weather can be very beneficial for beating those winter blues, improving your energy level, and maintaining your conditioning. However ther are certain precautions that you should be aware of to maximize your workouts and decrease adverse … Continued