Posture and Depression

Posture and Depression: The Research vs. The Buzz

A recent study concluded with the suggestion that “adopting an upright posture may increase positive affect, reduce fatigue, and decrease self-focus in people with mild-to-moderate depression.” This arena has been hard to study really well because bodies and habits differ, so there’s a lack of agreed upon normative benchmarks for “good posture.” Which is why it’s astounding (and encouraging) how …

Dr. Steven Weiniger

Dr. Steve Weiniger

Posture Expert, Author, Speaker, Clinician

Recapping Our February

February Highlights

March will bring with it the first day of spring, which is exciting…but before we jump to the next season, we want to recap February. After all, your gym members and clients are most likely happy to see mild temperatures and might be more willing to stop in if they don’t have to battle a snowy walk to your entrance. Plenty of …

Treating and Training the Overhead Athlete

Treating and Training the Overhead Athlete: An Integrated Model Course

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: At the completion of the course, participants will be able to: Recognize the major biomechanical characteristics that contribute to increased injury risk in the overhead athlete. Given a mechanical fault in the performance of the overhead athletic movement, provide 2 biomechanical contributors to the mechanical fault. Identify 3 postural characteristics common in the presentation of the overhead athlete. …

Dr. Kovacs

Dr. Mark Kovacs

PhD, USPTA, CTPS, CSCS*D