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What is Deconditioning?

Exercise creates many changes in your body - your heart begins to pump blood more efficiently, your muscles use oxygen more efficiently, they contract in a more coordinated manner, and your body gets more efficient turning food into fuel to name just a few. Deconditioning is the reversing of these changes. Exercise is a "use it or lose it" kind of thing, and deconditioning is the process by which we "lose it."

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Add Single Leg Training Now!

Single-leg training is a critical tool for developing balanced strength. In the past, single-leg exercises were used to supplement traditional two-legged programs, but some experts are beginning to make single-leg training a primary focus.

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Meet Jori

Meet Jori! A third year DPT Student from Shenandoah University, she is also working towards a dual degree in Athletic Training. She is currently working with Dr. Jamie Wood in Frederick. 'My goal is to help other athletes and active individuals get back to the things they love to do. I take special interest in working with the overhead athlete and patients who have undergone ACL reconstruction surgeries.'

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Key Reasons to Build Lower Body Strength

Friends don’t let friends skip leg day. Training your legs consistently definitely has its reasons why people are so obsessed over leg day. But unfortunately, people may often skip this important workout to focus on other areas. Leg workouts come with many physical gains and a never-ending list of benefits. Though there are countless reasons why leg day and lower body strength  are important, here are a couple that’ll definitely change your mind.

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R2P Named to Inc. 5000 National List

Inc. Magazine Unveils Its Annual List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies—the Inc. 5000   Rehab 2 Perform Ranks No. 1201 on the 2020 Inc. 5000 With Three-Year Revenue Growth of 337.06 Percent

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Benefits of Kettlebells

There are some huge benefits to adding them into your routine.  Check out these 8 reasons to start swingin'!

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Meet Aly, DPT Student - UMES

A 3rd year student from UMES, Aly is working with Dr. McCorkle in Germantown. An avid runner, Aly graduated from East Carolina with her degree in Exercise Physiology before pursuing her DPT.  'I would like to make a positive impact on each patient that I meet, and help them achieve their goals, and overall, improve their quality of life. I am really interested in working with running injuries and expanding my knowledge on that topic of PT.'

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Beat the Heat

When you lose water during activity, a number of physiological stresses begin to compound upon one another: your heart rate ticks upward, your core body temperature rises, and you start to burn through your stored energy (in the form of muscle glycogen) faster.

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Meet Eric C

'Although my journey to understanding the rehab-performance continuum is just beginning, I believe R2P’s mission to equip and empower individuals with the tools to achieve individual performance is a great platform to continue my learning and development as a future physical therapist.'

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Mask Update: A Message from Dr. Josh Funk

I am writing to notify you of the latest statewide mask order, set forth by Governor Hogan on July 29th, 2020. This mask order explicitly states that a face mask is required to be worn while obtaining health care services.

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