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Monthly Archives: December 2014

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU TAKE ‘BREAK A LEG’ TO HEART

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  • Published December 28, 2014
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3 Frequent Injuries Sustained On The Slopes

We PTs have seen it all. Femurs exposed; tibias broken in two; elbows that don’t resemble joints any more. The dramatic stories shared over après ski toddies — often involving blood and guts — are thankfully rare. What we see all too often here at Fusion, however, are those injuries that require hours of manual treatment and modalities, conditioning and strengthening in order for the athlete to return to play. Continue reading…

Eat Drink & Be Merry & Still Button Skinny Jeans

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  • Published December 12, 2014
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3 Ways to Not To Gain Weight on the Holiday Party Circuit

You love a good party; who doesn’t? The cocktails are flowing, the nibbles keep coming, your colleagues and friends are letting their hair down; it’s the holidays, baby!

But then you wake up the next morning. You may not feel like crap, you may not look like crap, but suddenly, your pants don’t fit quite like they did November 1 so you’re saying, “Holy Crap!”

The days between Thanksgiving and New Years are jokingly called pound-a-day-ers with fitness and nutrition experts.

Here are some ways to battle the bulge and happily say Hellllooooo, 2015!

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To Run or Not To Run, That is The Question

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  • Published December 5, 2014
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Suggestions for Transitional Season Exercise

running stairsYou look outside and see ice on the road or sidewalk. OR, You look outside and see the trees bent sideways from a cheek-chapping wind. OR, your body is cold and stiff as you walk to the kitchen to make your pre-workout bulletproof coffee. Whichever the scenario, you’re not sure if you want to exercise at all or more importantly, if you do want to try and move your muscles outside, what should you do?!

Here are a few safe fitness ideas that you can do in sub-zero weather or during the balmy thaw that often follows glacial temperatures these days. Continue reading…