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Considerations in Athletic Performance Enhancement Training: Athlete Weight Room Preparation

Robert A. Panariello MS, PT, ATC, CSCS Professional Physical Therapy Professional Athletic Performance Center New York, New York During my 30+ career as a Physical Therapist (PT), Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) and Strength and Conditioning (S&C) Coach, I have been involved in both the Sports Rehabilitation and Performance Enhancement Training of athletes and have had many valued experiences throughout my …

Robert Panariello

Robert Panariello

MS, PT, ATC, CSCS, Founding Partner & Chief Clinical Officer of Professional Physical Therapy

New Year, New You 2017

Don’t Let Soreness Sour New Clients

There are many reasons a new client might stop personal training. Some are outside of your control, such as: budget, career demands, and family obligations. But many are within your control, and it’s important to identify and address those factors early in the training relationship. One common reason clients quit training before achieving their New Year’s resolution is delayed onset …

2016 Year In Review

Elivate’s 2016 Recap

Elivate had a lot of success in 2016 – we welcomed many new staff members at our headquarters and helped spread word of fitness trends through this very blog. We also increased our selection of products and met new clients along the way…what could be better than that? We’ve heard positive feedback on our posts and you’ve let us know …

Barefoot Running

Are you barefoot with a purpose? The science behind intentional foot activation

Podiatrist Dr. Emily Splichal has been gracious enough to share the article “Are you barefoot with a purpose? The science behind intentional foot activation” with us. Barefoot running is a timely topic that impacts trainers, distance runners and athletes of any age. If you have a client who would like to learn more about this topic, we encourage you to share it …

Dr. Emily Splichal

Dr. Emily Splichal

Podiatrist and Human Movement Specialist

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Does Regular Exercise Protect Clients from the Perils of Sitting Too Much?

Your clients are probably pretty proud of their commitment to exercise, and they should be! Finding time for fitness is a huge accomplishment in today’s busy world. But recent studies show that even dedicated fitness enthusiasts might suffer ill effects from sitting too much. If your clients are like most Americans, they sit more than six hours per day. According …

Lori Harrison ELIVATE Fitness Personal Trainer

Lori Harrison

Corporate Fitness Manager and Certified Personal Trainer