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11 Healthy Grilling Tips for the Best Barbecue Ever

Take a stab at these savvy grilling tips to keep your summer barbecue spread healthy and delicious.   When you're trying to eat nutritiously, grilling can be an excellent way to prepare meat, chicken, fish and veggies. But, as easy as grilling can be, you should follow some precautions to ensure your healthy meal isn't causing you unwanted harm.

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Microwave or Crockpot?

We want what we want and we want it now. A microwave meal is done fast but at the sacrifice of quality. Speed often leaves us with a pizza roll that is “destroy your mouth” hot on the outside and frozen solid on the inside. Positive adaptations take time. It takes patience and the right dosage to cultivate a favorable outcome. 

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Meet Rebecca, DPT Student, Shenandoah

A 3rd Year Student from Shenandoah University, Rebecca is working with our team in Frederick.  'The Rehab 2 Perform team has always amazed me with their positive energy and drive to always become better within the field of physical therapy and out in their communities.'

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13 Benefits of Cardio

Experts recommend getting at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic exercise, or 75 minutes of vigorous activity each week. Brisk walking or swimming are examples of moderate activity. Running or cycling are examples of vigorous activity. But why is aerobic exercise recommended? Read on to learn about the benefits and to get tips for ways to incorporate aerobic exercise into your routine.

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What Happens During an Adrenaline Rush?

During an adrenaline rush, you feel almost superhuman. Also known as the fight-or-flight response, an adrenalin rush represents a coordinated whole-body response to a perceived threat that prepares you for strenuous physical activity virtually instantaneously. This response involves your brain, nervous system and adrenal glands.

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Meet Anthony Perry, DPT Student - WVU

Why did you decide to enter the field of Physical Therapy?

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Coaching & Cueing

The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly.   We’ve all been there: spouting off every imaginable cue we know in hopes of getting our client in the “perfect” position... only to find that the more we say, the seemingly worse the outcome becomes. 

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Meet Brett

As a future physical therapist, I want to make sure I incorporate my background of fitness, exercise, and sports performance training into my model of care. I do not only want to help patients become pain free and “functional”, but rather take the next step and truly help them achieve a higher level of performance, health, and quality of life. 

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Meet Brett

As a future physical therapist, I want to make sure I incorporate my background of fitness, exercise, and sports performance training into my model of care. I do not only want to help patients become pain free and “functional”, but rather take the next step and truly help them achieve a higher level of performance, health, and quality of life. 

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Do You Get Enough Vitamin D?

Also known as the "sunshine vitamin," vitamin D plays many roles in maintaining our good health. If you're indoors most of the time and your skin never sees the light of day, then you might not be getting enough D. In fact, nearly half of the U.S. population is deficient.

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