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  • Move Like Ido Portal

    Lauren Hopkins | In Movement, Training | on November 6, 2014

    We have a collective man crush on Ido Portal. The Israeli-born, capoeira-trained movement master is light years ahead in his thinking of exercise. Ido Portal sees movement as free-form and not restricted to repetitive exercises (and injuries) we see on a daily basis. He wonders what is everyone training for, anyway? Instead of trying to […]

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  • Why We Love Chocolate (It’s Not What You Think!)

    Frances Rosario-Puleo | In Nutrition | on November 6, 2014

    Dark chocolate is good for you. Think of it as the kale of the desserts. It won’t replace broccoli, but it’s a decent decadent choice. It has fewer carbohydrates, half the sugar, four times the fiber and caffeine, and less sodium and cholesterol than its close cousin, milk chocolate. Here are 5 more reasons why […]

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  • You Love ART®, But…What Is It?

    Lauren Hopkins | In Injury, Movement | on October 1, 2014

    If you’ve been to Physiofitness, you know how much we rave about the benefits of ART®, or Active Release Technique. It’s probably even part of your treatment plan…but do you know what it is? In physical therapy, there are a number of what we call “hands-on” or manual treatments. At Physiofitness, ART is our go-to […]

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  • Is Your Backpack Weighing You Down?

    Lauren Hopkins | In Function, Gym, Injury, Movement, Pain, Training | on September 22, 2014

    Getting serious about work after a summer of shortened weeks can be rough, especially for those of us who lug heavy backpacks, laptop bags, and gym bags around the city. The majority of people who carry bags are at risk for back pain due to heavy loads, uneven distribution of weight, and hunched shoulders. With […]

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  • 5 Foods to Reduce if You Want to Eliminate Stress

    Frances Rosario-Puleo | In Nutrition | on September 19, 2014

    Getting back to a busy work schedule after a relaxing summer filled with long weekend getaways and half-day Fridays is never easy, but can also wreak havoc with your stress levels, which can result in high blood pressure. Nearly a third of Americans have high blood pressure and another third have pre-hypertension, a condition in […]

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  • 5 Exercises You Can Do On the Road

    Lauren Hopkins | In Gym, Training | on August 19, 2014

    Many of our clients at Physiofitness travel a lot. Whether getting out of town for work or play, everyone complains about how difficult it can be to keep up with a workout regime on the road, especially if time is tight. It may be difficult…but not impossible. Next time you leave town, don’t bother with […]

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  • To CrossFit or Not To CrossFit?

    Lauren Hopkins | In Gym, Movement, Training | on August 19, 2014

    Workout fads come and go, so when CrossFit exploded onto the scene in 2011, most fitness fanatics thought it would go the way of Jazzercise and Tae Bo. Instead, it became a movement. Despite its quiet beginnings, a feature in a national Reebok campaign and an endorsement by “Biggest Loser” trainer Bob Harper brought CrossFit […]

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  • The Dirty Dozen and the Clean 15

    Frances Rosario-Puleo | In Nutrition | on August 19, 2014

    When grocery shopping for healthy options, fruits and vegetables always seem like a safe bet. But while nutrition is on our minds, contamination likely is not. Some non-organic fruits and vegetables are so contaminated with pesticides and chemicals, it’s impossible to fully clean them even after washing and peeling. The chemicals detected in these fruits […]

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  • 4 Ways Kettlebells Can Change Your Body

    Lauren Hopkins | In Gym, Movement, Training | on July 31, 2014

    We’re obsessed with kettlebell training at Physiofitness. Last weekend, physical therapist Shawn Monahan and trainers Dariusz Stankiewicz and Taylor Huang became certified as StrongFirst Level I Kettlebell Instructors. The intensive three-day process is something they consider one of the greatest physical challenges they’ve faced, but worth it. The certification involved strength testing based on the U.S. […]

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  • Graston Technique: Going Deeper to Eliminate Pain

    Brian Goonan, PT, DPT | In Function, Injury, Movement, Pain | on July 8, 2014

    Have you ever had the kind of pain that never goes away? You’ve tried manual therapy, stretching, massage, cold laser therapy… You get relief for a little while, but don’t get too excited – you know it won’t be long before it comes back. When you’re about to give up, we’re just getting started. Last […]

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  • The Ride to Montauk

    Lauren Hopkins | In Outdoor, Training | on June 6, 2014

    On Saturday May 31, members of the Physiofitness team participated in the 70 mile leg of The Ride to Montauk, a bike ride spanning the length of Long Island from Mastic Shirley to the lighthouse at Montauk, the island’s eastern tip. When the team landed in Montauk, they were met by the rest of the Physio crew […]

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  • Movement Screens: The Key to Solving Pain Mysteries

    Shawn Monahan, PT, DPT | In Injury, Movement, Pain, Training | on May 2, 2014

    I want to discuss movement. I want to discuss function. I want to discuss injury and pain. But first, let’s talk about puddles. In your quaint (okay, tiny) NYC apartment, you discover a puddle of water on the kitchen floor. You clean it up. Problem solved. The next day, you shuffle out of bed and […]

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  • 5 Ways to Maximize Your Benefits from Water

    Frances Rosario-Puleo | In Nutrition | on April 16, 2014

    When should we drink water? The answers seem really obvious – when we’re thirsty, during a workout, and we’ve all heard the old “eight glasses a day” adage. But even those who think they have healthy drinking habits still complain of feeling thirsty, and also find themselves lacking in energy during the day yet fighting […]

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  • 6 Keys to a Successful Half-Marathon

    Lauren Hopkins | In Outdoor, Training | on March 14, 2014

    Are you running the NYC Half-Marathon on Sunday? I’ll be hitting the pavement to raise money as part of Covenant House’s March Madness Challenge in order to help feed, clothe, and house homeless youth. Here are my essential tips for completing a successful race this weekend. 1. Gotta get sleep! Running a race while sleep-deprived […]

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  • Post-Marathon Pain: Why You Need Physical Therapy

    Lauren Hopkins | In Outdoor, Training | on November 5, 2013

    Months ahead of a marathon, runners begin meticulously planning running schedules, diets, sleep patterns, and researching appropriate apparel and footwear. The anticipation builds as the event approaches and many seek physical therapy to ensure proper alignment and full body perfection. But as soon as that starting line gun goes off and thousands of runners begin […]

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  • 2 Weeks Before the Big Race: Is It Time For a Tune Up?

    Brian Goonan, PT, DPT | In Function, Outdoor, Training | on October 8, 2013

    As we approach the NYC Marathon, hopefully the majority of you have made it through the hardest stages and those long early morning runs are now tapering off. But let’s face it, there are likely quite a few of you that are currently worried about making it through the 26.2 miles and crossing the finish […]

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