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Thoracic Mobility

Thoracic Mobility

WHY YOU SHOULD CARE ABOUT THORACIC MOBILITY By: Dr. Rachel Jakubowski Physical Therapist SPECTRUM, Inc Do you have low back pain, shoulder pain, or neck pain? Do you want to improve your golf swing, overhead serve in volleyball, hitting power in baseball and softball, or throwing power/distance […]

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NEW 8-12 YEAR OLD YOUTH TRAINING PACKAGES

NEW 8-12 YEAR OLD YOUTH TRAINING PACKAGES At SPECTRUM we strongly believe in teaching young athletes (8-12 years old) the essentials of athletic movements and body control. Recently, we published a blog titled, “Designing Youth Performance Programs,” and we received incredible interest concerning the topic. In the […]

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FREE CLASS

FREE CLASS

FREE CLASSES ON THE FIRST THURSDAY OF THE MONTH We are excited to announce that the first Thursday of each month SPECTRUM owners and world-class Nike Trainers, Will Hitzelberger and Dan Schuck, will be coaching a FREE Class. The class will be a high-energy, exciting athletic boot-camp […]

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Basketball Players and Poor Ankle Mobility

Basketball Players and Poor Ankle Mobility

Basketball Players and Poor Ankle Mobility By: Adam Tindal, CSCS, NASM-PES Performance Specialist SPECTRUM, Inc To all my hoopers and shot blockers out there, the ankle is naturally meant to be a mobile joint. Therefore, when we wear braces or flashy high top shoes, we are essentially […]

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Posture in the Workplace: 3 Tips to Help

Posture in the Workplace: 3 Tips to Help

Posture in the Workplace: 3 Tips to Help If you have an office job, you’ve probably experienced the aggravating and painful effects of poor posture due to prolonged sitting at a computer. Poor posture can easily become second nature leading to damaging of the spinal structure, weakening […]

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5 Simple Exercises to Increase Vertical Jump in Volleyball Players

5 Simple Exercises to Increase Vertical Jump in Volleyball Players

By: Morgan Foster, CSCS, FMS Performance Specialist The job of a strength and conditioning coach is to understand the demands of the sport and how to best improve one’s game through training. With regards to volleyball, it is a game of short quick movements with a major […]

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10 Things To Know About Intermittent Fasting

10 Things To Know About Intermittent Fasting

By: Calum McLellan, CISSN, CSCS, NASM-PES Sports Nutritionist and Sports Performance Specialist SPECTRUM, Inc “In other words, I’m stronger, leaner, and more explosive even though I go to the gym less and eat less.” –James Clear James Clear, is a writer and researcher on behavioral psychology, habit […]

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Designing Youth Performance Training Programs

By: Craig Acker, MS,CSCS,NASE,ACE,USATF,CSCCa,USAW General Manager Sports Performance Specialist SPECTRUM, Inc Training young athletes raises a common concern: What should you do? How do you properly train young athletes for sports performance? Young athletes are not “small” adult athletes. That is where much of the confusion lies. [...]Read more

Fitness Training: Customized or Group Exercise?

Fitness Training: Customized or Group Exercise?
In this blog you will hear from two very respected Performance Coaches at SPECTRUM, Performance Fitness Coach: Jonathan Taylor, and Group Exercise Specialist, Rachael Malatesta. They give their views on these two services that we offer. Jonathan's Customized Training Intro: Pursuing health, being active, and living well [...]Read more

Need To Compete

Need To Compete
TEST YOURSELF, PROVE YOURSELF, AND INSPIRE OTHERS. Is there a small part of you that wants to compete. Does a monthly challenge drive you. How does your name make the wall.#NeedToCompete Test yourself, prove yourself, and inspire others! If you are an athlete at heart, you have [...]Read more
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