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Complimentary Seminar 4/6/17 on: The Female Runner: Maximizing Health to Improve Performance

Join Breakthru Physical Therapy +Fitness at our Medford Taunton Forge Location  for an evening discussion featuring Coach Jason Kilderry and our very own, Dr. Kevin Schnitzer!  Coach Jason will be discussing training, nutritional, and recovery considerations for female endurance athletes that aid in improved performance, less injuries, and most importantly, improved health, based on the latest scientific literature.  Coach Jason has an extensive background in exercise physiology and kinesiology and is able to break down popular claims about these topics and deliver real answers in a fun, applicable, interactive and easy to understand manner.

When:  Thursday, April 6, 2017
Registration: 6:30pm-7:00pm
Presenters: Coach Jason Kilderry
                          Dr. Kevin Schnitzer, DPT, PT 
-Differences in the female athlete with focus on anatomical, biomechanical, and neuromuscular differences
-Clinical significance of differences and relationship to injury and rehab
-Injury rate trends in female runners: as in patellofemoral, ITB, shin splints plantar fasciitis etc
-Rehab/neuromuscular correction
-Research: findings and faults
Q&A: 7:50pm-8:00pm

Food and beverages will be served!

 

Black Friday & Holiday Personal Training Special

Get into gear for the New Year!

Commit to a new year, commit to a new YOU with a four week fitness program tailored towards your individual needs, lifestyle, and goals.

Train with a certified personal trainer for less than $20/session. 

Get started on your pathway to health and wellness!

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Package Includes:

  • Eight 30-Minute Semi-Private Personal Training Sessions
  • One Month Fitness Membership
  • Functional Movement Screen/Baseline Assessment
  • Health & Success Guide with Nutritional Tips
  • Graduation Assessment with Next Step Recommendations

 

Special offer ONLY available until December 31st.

* Gift certificates also available

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Exclusively offered at our Medford Taunton Forge and Voorhees locations.

 

 

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The secret to losing fat and gaining a lean, attractive, and feminine physique has nothing to do with fad diets, “super foods”, starvation, pills, or hours of cardio. There is one magic word, however, that is the key to successful fat loss. That word is METABOLISM. And by that I mean the rate at which your body burns calories throughout the day.

With all the contradicting advice in the media, the majority of women today have almost completely demolished their metabolisms. The typical American diet consists of too many grains, man-made and unhealthy fats, and added sugars and not enough lean protein, healthy fats, or vegetables and fruit. And due to the regular consumption of calorie and sugar-laden beverages, most people are in a constant state of dehydration. Sedentary jobs and a lack of proper education about how to exercise make the whole situation worse. Continue reading