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#7 Top 10 Perfect 10.0 Tips for Keeping Your Optional Healthy this Season

#7 Top 10 Perfect 10.0 Tips for Keeping Your Optional Healthy this Season

PERFECT 10.0 Tips to Keep Your Optional Healthy This Season By Brandi Smith- Young, PT Perfect 10.0 Physical Therapy #7 LOADING MECHANICS UPPER BODY:   Proper loading mechanics are imperative to ensure normal loading of the joints and tissue. It is important to note the athlete loads…

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#8 Top 10 PERFECT 10.0 Tips to Keep Your Optional Healthy This Season

#8 Top 10 PERFECT 10.0 Tips to Keep Your Optional Healthy This Season

PERFECT 10.0 Tips to Keep Your Optional Healthy This Season By Brandi Smith- Young, PT Perfect 10.0 Physical Therapy #8) RECOVERY: Always finish a workout with light cardiovascular or callisthenic cool down 5-10 minutes. Within 30 minutes of completion of workout make sure to get…

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#9 Top 10 PERFECT 10.0 Tips to Keep Your Optional Healthy This Season

#9 Top 10 PERFECT 10.0 Tips to Keep Your Optional Healthy This Season

PERFECT 10.0 Tips to Keep Your Optional Healthy This Season By Brandi Smith- Young, PT Perfect 10.0 Physical Therapy #9)  MENTAL TOUGHNESS: Keeping mentally focused is the key to every athletes success. The old sane “Gymnastics is 90% mental and 10% skill” is very true.  Here…

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TOP 10 PERFECT 10.0 Tips to Keep Your Optional Healthy This Season

TOP 10 PERFECT 10.0 Tips to Keep Your Optional Healthy This Season

PERFECT 10.0 Tips to Keep Your Optional Healthy This Season By Brandi Smith- Young, PT Perfect 10.0 Physical Therapy #10 )  SLEEP: LOTS OF GOOD SLEEP Sleep is necessary for the mind and body to heal and recover.  Carve out down time for your athlete before bed…

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Santa List: Top 5 Gifts for Every Gymnastics Facility

Santa List: Top 5 Gifts for Every Gymnastics Facility

Santa’s List: Top 5 Gifts for Every Gymnastics Facility By Brandi Smith-Young, PT Perfect 10.0 Physical Therapy 5) Stationary Bike Every gym needs a stationary bike. Gymnast put 5-14 times their body weight through their joints. Low impact exercise is imperative to prolonging their careers…

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Preventing Back Pain in Coaches

Preventing Back Pain in Coaches

I remember when I coached how sore I would be afterwards. Long hours, weird positions, uneven surfaces, moving mats and equipment, repetitive spotting on one side, saving the athlete that bachs in the middle of a skill… All of these things contribute to back pain…

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Get to Know Brandi Smith-Young

Get to Know Brandi Smith-Young

Hey guys checkout this interview I did with Pike Athletics.  They had some great questions and was a lot of fun to do. Happy New Year!! Click HERE: Interview with Brandi

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Perfect 10.0 in the News:)

Perfect 10.0 in the News:)

Perfect 10.0 made headlines in the Austin Times.  Check out the article in the link below. Thank you goes out to my amazing clients and wonderful support “crew”!!:) “Things are shaping up for Perfect 10 Physical Therapy”

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What to get your gym for Christmas?: 3 Pieces of Equipment Every Gym Needs!

What to get your gym for Christmas?: 3 Pieces of Equipment Every Gym Needs!

What should I get my gym for Christmas? 3 Pieces of Equipment every gym needs Where do you get your biggest bang for your buck? Every gym needs a stationary bike and a total gym. These two pieces of equipment will give you the biggest…

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NUTRITION: Hydration 101

NUTRITION: Hydration 101

HYDRATION 101 THE IMPORTANCE OF HYDRATION FOR TODAYS ATHLETES written by: BJ Flanagan- Body By BJ It is said that 60% of the body is comprised of water and helps maintain adequate energy levels during exercise by utilizing macro-nutrients such as Carbohydrates, fats and Protein. WHY…

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