TP BLOG

Welcome to our blog, here you will find information on fitness, nutrition, weight training, general healthy and physical therapy. It is our hope you will find the information useful and as always please ask us if you have any questions.

Tips to Sitting Up Straight

Tips to Sitting Up Straight

Working nine to five, many of us spend the majority of the day trapped behind a desk and staring at a computer. That’s about forty hours a week sitting, and without the proper posture, it can cause major back pain. Problem is, between meetings, deadlines, and endless...

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Island Teriyaki Salmon Quinoa Bowl

Island Teriyaki Salmon Quinoa Bowl

Tired of salmon? The ingredient list might not convince you this is a very exciting dinner - but this teriyaki marinade and a sprinkle of scallions will make this your new go-to meal. Ingredients: 4 ounce salmon filet 1/4 cup Teriyaki sauce 1/4 cup quinoa, cooked 1...

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Avocado Strawberry Caprese

Avocado Strawberry Caprese

This recipe is vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, refined sugar-free and soy-free and.. quite YUMMY! It is my new favorite summer salad (although I don't like avocado so left that out). The combination of strawberries, basil, avocado (if you like it) and...

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TRX “Y” and “T” Can Help Improve Your Posture

TRX “Y” and “T” Can Help Improve Your Posture

TRX “Ys” and “T's” are good exercises for strong shoulders and upper back. You can combine the two exercises to target the rear deltoids and traps. Having these muscles strong improves your posture and supports good shoulder health. It’s a great exercise to counteract...

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The Benefits of Sweating

The Benefits of Sweating

We hear complaints about sweating all the time so thought this post might help explain why sweating is a good thing and beneficial to our health. “The almost 1 liter of sweat our bodies produce per day can strengthen our immune system and give us healthy-looking...

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Functional Training

Functional Training

Daily exercise not only leads to stronger bones, more energy and a better mood but it also greatly increases the likelihood that we can maintain our independence and perform everyday tasks with ease as we age. “According to the Centers for Disease Control and...

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Signs of Dehydration

Signs of Dehydration

The amount of water you need doesn't increase as you age, but your body's ability to conserve water is reduced and your sense of thirst weakens.  Its therefore important to make sure you stay hydrated even if you aren't thirsty.  Most of you know the signs of...

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Heat or Ice?

Heat or Ice?

It's funny how when I start pondering newsletter topics people walk in the office and ask a question that is just perfect for the newsletter. Such was the case with this little gem. I've been asked about this 3x in the past 2 weeks and am therefore taking it as a sign...

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