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Maximizing the Breath

  By Bradley Tremper BS, LMT and Brandie Tremper BS, LMT Take a deep inhalation. What do you feel? Does your belly bulge? Does your rib cage expand in all directions? Does your chest lift? In spite of how it feels when we inhale, we do not pull air into our body. When we take…

Shoulder & Upper Back Pain

By Monica Coplea LMT, KMI, CPT In the 17 years I’ve been in massage practice, the most common problem area people come to see me about is for their upper back.  Most Americans spend endless hours in front of a computer so it is no wonder this is such a common complaint.  I will try…

Altitude, Sweat & Hydration

By Jason Tullous goTenac.com Training at altitude has many advantages, and there are key aspects to your training that you must pay close attention to as you acclimate in order to make the most of those advantages.  One of these aspects is hydration. High altitude environments typically center around very arid climates. As human beings, every…

A New Focus on Injuries – Dr. Wes Gregg

Recently there has been a major shift in the public perception of sports injuries and safe participation in sport for young athletes. Football has seen the dramatic impact concussions have on players from the youth to professional level. Little league coaches and players have seen dramatic increases in the number of elbow surgeries along with…
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