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4 Best At Home Workout Tips You Need To Know Right Now

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Working out at home is a great way to get in some exercise!  There isn’t always time to go the gym and sometimes it is super costly to go to a specific class.  Here are my favorite ways to get in some exercise at home which are free and convenient! 1.     DoYogaWithMe.com For all you […]

A PT Bets On The Green Packers And It Goes South

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Greg has been doing rehab with Steve, a Tartan Athlete, for a long time.  Steve and Greg had a bet on the January 3rd, Packer vs. Viking game.  Greg being the loyal Packer fan he is, bet Steve a loyal Viking fan, 50 push-ups the Packers would win. Sorry Greg, the best team won! – Kaitlin  

8 Tips To Stay Safe Exercising Outside In The Summer

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8 Tips To Stay Safe Exercising Outside In The Summer The temperatures are climbing, that means you need to stay safe when you are exercising outside. Here are some tips to help you stay safe and cool while staying in shape this summer. Drink a lot of Water – All throughout the day AND while […]

My Top 5 Tips for High School Seniors

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My Top 5 Tips for High School Seniors I received a quite a few pieces of advice before I went to college.  Here are 5 pieces of advice which I received that I thought were great and I hope they are useful to the class of 2015. 1) There is a lot of stuff in […]

The Difference Between A Sprain And A Strain

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Difference Between A Sprain And A Strain I often hear in the training room, “I sprained my hamstring.” This sentence is very confusing to me. Mostly, because you cannot sprain a muscle. The difference between a strain and a sprain is; one is an injury to ligaments and the other is an injury to muscles […]

Recipe: Kale, White Bean, and Sausage Soup

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Recipe: Kale, White Bean, and Sausage Soup Happy New Year! The past few weeks have been filled with Christmas celebrations and it has been great to see everyone! It’s also been great because I have gotten to try some new foods. My adaptation of Kale and Sausage Soup comes partly from Jodi Kramer’s excellent soup […]

Why Do We ImPACT Concussion Test Our Athletes?

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(Image via Impacttest.com) Why Do We ImPACT Concussion Test Our Athletes? If you have a child in a contact sport or are playing a sport, I bet you have heard about Concussions. For good reason, it is such a hot topic in the world right now. People are playing sports faster, longer and harder than […]

Tartan High School’s Track And Football Fields Looking Good

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Now that Football is back in the grind, we will take a look at what the fields looked like at Tartan High School just 2 years ago. From ankle spraining divots and elbow cutting drainage grates on the field; to gorgeous self-draining, and smooth surface turf! – Kaitlen  

Shin Splints: Symptoms And Treatment

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Shin Splints: Symptoms And Treatment What are Shin Splints? Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS), also known as shin splints, is inflammation 2-6 inches above the ankle, to the anterior or posterior muscles and tendons in the lower leg or adjacent soft tissue along the shin bone. (tibia) What causes MTSS? There are many reasons you […]

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