Post Recovery Workout in the HydroWorx PoolPosted on December 15, 2010 | Posted in: Guest Bloggers, Uncategorized
Much has been written about how much time you need to recover after an endurance event. Whether you are a triathlete, marathoner, 5 or 10k runner, recovery is as important as your training, without a good recovery program you risk injury.Read More
Water Workouts and PregnancyPosted on December 2, 2010 | Posted in: Aquatic Therapy, Guest Bloggers, Health & Wellness Stories, Uncategorized
One of the most common ailments that come with pregnancy is back pain. In fact, according to the North American Spine Society, half of all pregnant women will experience back pain. The cause is simply due to weight gain.Read More
HydroWorx Headed to ICAA Conference — Special Article on Bone HealthPosted on November 24, 2010 | Posted in: Guest Bloggers, HydroWorx, Uncategorized
HydroWorx is headed to the ICAA Conference next Wednesday, December 1. In honor of the event, we’d like to share with you part three of a terrific article written by one of the ICAA Conference presenters.Read More
HydroWorx Guest Blogger: Triathlete Kelly McKluskeyPosted on November 17, 2010 | Posted in: Aquatic Conditioning, Guest Bloggers, Running, Training Tips, Uncategorized
As a forty-something age group triathlete my priorities regarding racing having changed. I used to obsess over times and statistics of other racers as compared to my own stats, but now I’m more concerned with staying injury free and healthy so I can continue to participate for many more years in my sport.Read More
Aquatics Training Great for ImbalancePosted on October 28, 2010 | Posted in: Aquatic Therapy, Aquatic Therapy Protocols, Guest Bloggers, Health & Wellness Stories, Uncategorized
The following post was written by guest blogger Mike Studer, PT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, President, Northwest Rehabilitation Associates Inc.
Balance, like most any other impairment, must be challenged to be improved.
Strength, flexibility, endurance all require a sufficient stimulus that helps to extend the limits of the current capacity. Additionally, all of these impairments offer very little transfer of training from one environment or task to another.Read More
Guest Blogger & Masters Runner, Nick Berra, Shares His Experience on the Track and in the WaterPosted on October 20, 2010 | Posted in: Guest Bloggers, Running, Sports Stories, Training Tips, Uncategorized, Water Treadmill
As a 41-year old runner, I am well aware of the limitations I face as I attempt to remain competitive. Like most masters athletes, not only do I not have the time or support structure of a collegiate or post-collegiate runner, but even if I did, I don’t think that I would be able to handle the […]Read More