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What Does Performance EDU’s Assessment Look Like? Down To The Minute

Marc Digesti | Founder Performance EDU Fitness Procedure:                                                          Education: Meet and Greet: Make introductions Briefly discuss P-EDU Philosophy 5 min Present a professional environment. Base relationship development. Be able to articulate what we do and where is comes from. Health History and Lifestyle 10 min What limitations do they have? What are cardiac and orthopedic…

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How Do You Move?

If I ask my clients what their goals are… the answers are usually the same… “I want to get into shape, I want to get tone, I want to lose weight, I want to get stronger”, etc. I occasionally hear that they want to hurt less or be able to move better, but unless they…

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Mobility vs. Stability

Mobility is at the forefront of fitness right now… all of a sudden, everyone realizes that flexibility and movement are important for performance and injury prevention. Well, that has helped make massage therapists and bodyworkers a little extra cash, but should all of this emphasis be put on mobility? The answer is yes and no.…

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The Importance of Glute Activation

Because most of us sit at a desk all day hunched over a computer screen, our glutes are inactive and probably not firing properly when we move and workout. This could lead to lower back pain, hip pain, and even knee and ankle pain. You might not be able to lift as much or run…

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What Is Recovery?

We train hard. We train hard again the next day, and the next day, and the next day. We see inspirational quotes about finding a way. Train through the fatigue, train through the soreness. Pictures of massive muscle-bound men and lean ripped girls lifting heavy weights, running hills, challenging themselves everyday… who wouldn’t want to…

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What is Myofascial Release?

Foam rolling, trigger points, myofascial release…. these are big buzz words in fitness today… so what is it? In the simplest terms possible, the muscular system is encased in a fiberous netting called Fascia. This tissue, when healthy, moves and flows well with active muscle. But we live in a sedentary world, and this tissue…

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