Using Exercise to Battle the Winter Blues

Seasonal affective disorder can cause mild lethargy, sadness, anxiety and irritability. Getting regular exercise is a great option for treating depression.

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Helping Wrestlers Improve Strength and Nutrition

Wrestling is a physically demanding sport that requires a lot of strength and endurance to succeed. Here are some training and nutrition tips to help athletes make the most of their season.

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Taking Injury Rehab to The Next Level

What if instead of just returning to the previous level of competition, athletes could return better than before?

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The Benefits of Direct Access to Physical Therapy

Thanks to the Direct Access state law, people can access physical therapy services without first seeing their physician for a referral. This allows people to receive care sooner as well as get results in fewer visits and at a lower overall cost.

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Four Tips for Run-Life Balance

Everyone has priorities and where running fits in might need to change from week to week or even day to day. Here are four tips to keep running in balance with the rest of your life.

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Comeback Story: Taylor Domro

I wasted the first 2 months of my senior season training by ignoring my lingering leg pains. I knew I wouldn’t be able to achieve my goals if I kept trying to run through them.

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Half Marathon Training Tips

There are a few basic training tips that runners should know before they start training for a half marathon. They'll help you reach your goals and have the best race on race day.

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Tips to Improve Your Ride

Cycling is a great exercise option no matter your age or current fitness. For adults, it’s a good way to stay in shape and maintain cardiovascular health.

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National Recommitment Month

May is National Recommitment Month, making it the perfect time to reevaluate your New Year’s resolutions to improve your health and get fit.

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A History of the Bellin Run 10K

This year marks the 42nd time runners and walkers will toe the start line of the Bellin Run 10k. Not many races can claim such longevity, prestige and influence on the community and surrounding areas.

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