What I’ve learned from triathlon
JOSHUA STOUFFLET PT, DPT, OCS, MTC Physical Therapist I came into the world of triathlon with no experience in endurance sports. My athletic background is in football, basketball, track, and baseball. The idea of running was a punishment. I couldn’t understand how people did it for enjoyment.
Why not TRI?
Natalie Nobbs BS-Ex. Sc., FAFS Personal Trainer Hello! My name is Natalie Nobbs and I am an exercise physiologist with Pro-Motion Physical Therapy & Functional Fitness. At the beginning of this year, I received an email about a local sprint triathlon. Although I didn’t give it much thought initially,
Be choosy about Choosing
Leadership guru Stephen Covey once said there are three constants in life; change, choice and principles. Change is a constant in life. People, places and things are always changing. Choice, and the choices we make, can have a major effect on the changes that result.
Pro-Motion Physical Therapist’s Journey to the Boston Marathon
Pro-Motion is proud to offer a new series of blogs by one of our own Physical Therapists, Kirsten Clarke-Hollingbery, on training for the Boston Marathon. We realize that not everyone is training for the same goal, in this case probably the most famous long distance run in the world.