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Another perspective on Obesity in Americans

Another perspective on Obesity in Americans

Coming from Body By BJ Study: Overweight Americans Think They’re Thinner Than They Are By: MEGAN FRIEDMAN It turns out a major factor in the obesity epidemic is denial. A survey conducted by Harris Healthcare and HealthDay asked respondents to provide their body-mass index, or BMI,…

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month You may be asking yourself; Who Gets Breast Cancer? What are the estimated numbers of new breast cancer cases and deaths in the United States for the year 2010? About 207,090 new cases of invasive breast cancer will occur…

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National Physical Therapy Month: The Obesity Epidemic

National Physical Therapy Month: The Obesity Epidemic

October is also  National Physical Therapy Month This year the focus of National Physical Therapy month is on the national obesity epidemic.  No longer is obesity a problem for only a handful of people.  It has now reached epidemic proportions.  No longer is obesity age…

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Update on “The Posture Lady”

Update on “The Posture Lady”

I recently spoke with some mutual friends and Kris Merlo Robinson, “The Posture Lady” is recovering.  She is not back to full capacity yet, but has started some choreography.  Please continue to have Kris and her family in your thoughts and prayers as she continues…

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Jump and Agility Training Update: “Week 2 comes to an end”

Jump and Agility Training Update: “Week 2 comes to an end”

Jump and Agility Training Update: “Week 2 comes to an end” Good job ladies! You have completed 2 weeks of intensive plyometerics, landing & jump mechanics. We increased repetitions and added more challenging jumping and balancing exercises. Great job! Keep working hard. We will move…

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Jump and Agility Training Update: “Week 1 comes to an end”

Jump and Agility Training Update: “Week 1 comes to an end”

This marks the completion of week 2 of the Agility Performance Program at AcroTex. We documented each girls’ vertical jump and videoed their jump technique the first week. The girls have done a great job of working on knee mechanics and form with squatting and…

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Jump and Agility Performance Program

Jump and Agility Performance Program

Announcing the beginning of The Cincinnati DNA Plyometeric and agility program! Perfect 10.0 Training is on a mission to improve our athletes’ performance and decrease the risk for injury. The program will increase jumping height, improve jumping and landing efficiency, improve landing mechanics for a…

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A FOOD REVOLUTION: Stop Childhood Obesity

A FOOD REVOLUTION: Stop Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity is growing rapidly in the United States. Two-thirds of Americans are obese. The number one and number two causes of death in the United States is Heart disease and cancer. Both can be directly and positively affected by the food we eat. Diet…

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Perfect 10.0 at MIC Conference Championships

Perfect 10.0 at MIC Conference Championships

Perfect 10.0 at Midwest Independence Conference championships with the champions Texas Woman’s University Gymnastics team. GO PIONEERS!!! 1-2-3 Choj!! TWU Gymnastics captures 2010 MIC Championship 3/27/2010 10:26:28 PM DENTON, Texas (March 27) – The Pioneers were on fire last night as the claimed the 2010 Midwest…

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Perfect 10.0 Recognized by Texas State University Therapy Department

Perfect 10.0 Recognized by Texas State University Therapy Department

Texas State University Physical Therapy Department recognized Brandi Smith-Young and Perfect 10.0 Physical Therapy as a distinguished alumni. See the below link to view the full posting. http://www.health.txstate.edu/pt/

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