Patients or individuals recovering from injuries must get into strength training after physical therapy. Engaging in this type of training improves muscular imbalances, coordination, and general health to avoid another trip to your therapist. Strength training should complement physical therapy to reinstate the body’s flexibility, strength, and stability. Programs that complement physical therapy sessions are…

Improving athletic performance is a specific art that is designed to improve weaknesses and to teach how to activate muscles for power, strength, endurance and agility. Everyone is different, every sport is different. Just because a professional athlete does a certain workout, does not mean you should do it too. As humans, we are all…

Ankle sprains are common among both active and sedentary people. Although they are more prevalent among active people such as joggers and those engaged in sports, ankle sprains are rather a complex form of injury. One reason for its complexity is the fact that our ankle joints are composed of many bone pieces joined by…

It’s graceful, it requires full makeup, and the routines are on-point. Synchronized swimming looks so easy as the swimmers glide through the pool, but it’s not just a smile-and-flip sport. Synchronized swimming is intense. We work with all athletes at COR, but few consistently smile during strenuous work…what a skill. When considering strength training for…