Common Workout Myths: Debunked

There is a lot of exercise advice available these days. It can be found in magazines, TV shows, online resources, and even come as advice

Injury Prevention Tips For Trail Runners

Trail running is a great way to spice up your running routine by getting a little closer to nature! However, trails are hardly ever forgiving.

Running With Pain? You Might Have One of These Common Running Injuries

You?re out running on your favorite trail, on a warm day with the sun shining, birds chirping, a light breeze, and the smell of summer

3 Reasons to Run a Virtual Race

It is a runner?s worst nightmare! You have spent weeks and months training for the big race that has been circled on the calendar, then

Layers of a Concussion: Symptoms & Treatment

It is common for some things to be overwhelming and confusing after a concussion. Like any recovery, concussion rehabilitation is not linear, but full of

The Show Must (Virtually) Go On

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, dance companies and studios are closed for classes and rehearsals. Even without an audience to perform for, it is important

Stay At Home: Lower, Upper Body and Core Challenge

Gyms have closed around the country due to COVID-19. Working out and staying active has become challenging as we all abide the social distancing mandate.

Six Tips for At-Home Fitness for Dancers

The majority of the country has adopted shelter in place policies, which means many of our daily routines have been disrupted. For Joffrey Ballet dancer

How Can Parents Help Their Student Athlete?

It has been estimated that more than 50 percent of high school students participate in a sport.1?This does not include younger children who may have

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