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Eat like an Olympian

The Food That Fuels Harrison’s Hurdles. Although hurdling demands long-lasting energy, Harrison doesn’t carb-load with heaping pasta dishes like many runners. She actually limits refined, processed grains.

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Meet Dr. Andrew Bucknor

Welcome to the team in Annapolis, Dr. Andrew Bucknor! “I am most looking forward to engaging with new and experienced clinicians and continuing to learn in an environment that fosters confidence and independence in our clients. I’m excited to create new relationships with my team and the community!”

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500m Row

The 500m row is a test of maximal anaerobic capacity. The test requires you to row maximally until a distance of 500m is reached. Typically this test should take you <2 minutes to complete with shorter times indicating better fitness, fatigue resistance, and anaerobic capacity. Scoring well in these areas is important for field athletes,…

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Multi-Segmental Spinal Rotation

Multi-segmental spinal rotation assesses one’s ability to rotate fully through their spine in a standing position. Begin by standing with feet together and arms wrapped around your shoulders. Keeping your hips square, attempt to rotate fully through your spine to either side. Are your shoulders able to clear your hips? An inability to complete this…

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Lateral Box Squat

Movement Monday! The lateral box squat is commonly involved in gym and strength and conditioning settings as a means to strengthen both legs in different ways throughout the movement. This movement requires a higher degree of hip mobility, thigh and hip muscle strength, and trunk stability. This movement can be performed without a box however…

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Rehab 2 Perform brings their Fitness Focused Physical Therapy company State’s Capital!

Now open, the fifth R2P location is just off Forest drive in Annapolis! R2P serves the community with a modern approach to Physical Therapy and Sports Rehab.  Providing a personalize plan of care with 1-on-1 sessions, Rehab 2 Perform sees an array of clients ages 8 to 88 ranging from the active adult, competitive athlete, and those…

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Meet Maya

Why did you want to become involved in physical therapy?       My appreciation for physical therapy started when I was younger involved in team sports and constantly getting injured. Being able to create a close relationship with my physical therapist while getting back to the playing field was something that I had always dreamed of being…

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Meet Lawrence ‘Coop’ Cooper – DPT Student, Howard Univ.

Why did you decide to enter the field of Physical Therapy? I always knew I wanted to pursue a profession in the healthcare field, but was not sure what route to take.  During my junior year of high school, I was suffering from a knee condition that prevented me from participating in any sport for…

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7 Signs Your Fitness Routine Is Working

Original Article from Livestrong You’ll know your workout is working if you feel more confident. You might be inclined to look in the mirror or step on the scale to gauge if your workouts are working. And while physical changes like losing weight or sculpting muscle can be valid fitness goals, judging your workouts based…

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R2P Father’s Day Contest

 Dad’s are down, and Ready 2 Perform Now! AND need to Recover too. For this Father’s Day we are thrilled to offer our new Recovery Services. The contest winner will be on the road to recovery with one (1) month of our Unlimited Recovery Services Package, and a R2P Swag Pack. Show You Care! TO WIN:…

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