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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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15 Reasons to Add Jumping

Burpees, squat jumps and tuck jumps - these exercises are tough. They’ll make you breathe heavy and pour sweat, and might make you hate your workout just a bit after. Jumping is one of the best things you can do to get in awesome shape and keep yourself healthy for life. And the best thing about it? Anyone can do it. Yes, that means you.

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Meet Nick C., DPT Student Buffalo

A third year DPT Student from the University of Buffalo. 

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Can you do Abs Everyday?

If you're really committed to daily ab sessions, below, we break down some of the benefits and risks. It'll help you figure out whether doing an ab workout every day is right for you and how you can do it safely and effectively.

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What Do We “Know” About Running Injuries? 

​What do we “know” about running injuries? If we reduce the question down to its core elements, it is conversation about managing forces. It’s a conversation about tissues being able to dampen external forces and use them to produce internal forces to act back upon the ground. 

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Welcome Dr. Chris Serrao to R2P

Hailing from the Steel City, please welcome Dr. Chris Serrao to our team in Frederick!

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meet shannon, DPT Student- Nebraska

 I am passionate about the role and impact of strength training (or variations of it!) for all athletes and individuals, and I believe that personalized strength training plans are pivotal for success on and off of the field.

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