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Why Your Shoulder Pain Isn’t Getting Better

It has been right up there with problematic low backs and knees. In some instances, it felt like I would get a flurry of clients all battling some form of chronic shoulder issues. They would tell me about how it […]

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Stop Strengthening Your Hip Flexors For Greater Flexibility

Jessica Bento, Physical Therapist (Creator DVRT Restoration Certification, DVRT Rx Shoulder, Knees, Pelvic Control, & Gait Courses) I get it, you don’t have to be a physical therapist or a fitness professional to know that tight hip flexors can create […]

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Mobility Training Vs. Stretching Exercises

Pretty much everyone gets into fitness at some point or another and hears that they should stretch and that it’s good for them. I remember being a young coach in the late ’90s, the major reason to do stretching exercises […]

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3 Bad Mistakes In Mobility Training

We hope you had a great holiday and know that many don’t really get back on track till after the New Year, but we don’t think we should wait on giving you great training information that you can use right […]

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How To Bring The Science Of Shoulder Mobility To Your Workouts

Jessica Bento, Physical Therapist (Creator DVRT Restoration Certification, DVRT Rx Shoulder, Knees, Pelvic Control, & Gait Courses) With how problematic shoulders can be, you would be surprised many of the suggestions on social media aren’t tied into much of what […]

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We Missing The REAL Point Of Breath Work?

I’ll be honest, I had a REALLY hard time appreciating that breath work was as important as what seemed like everyone I knew was touting. It appeared that no matter the problem, the answer that was being given was “fix […]

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Should You Be Stretching Your Hamstrings?

Jessica Bento, Physical Therapist (Creator DVRT Restoration Certification, DVRT Rx Shoulder, Knees, Pelvic Control, & Gait Courses) It used to be a pretty standard recommendation for my patients, especially those with low back and knee issues. I would find that […]

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