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  • “Progress to Tolerance” – What is Tolerance?
    Tolerance In the exercise and rehab world, the phrase “Progress to Tolerance” occurs often. Tolerance is very subjective. Our suggestion is that when anyone instructs you to “exercise, progress, weight bear, etc. to tolerance”, that you ask for clarification on that person’s definition of tolerance. Every individual defines tolerance differently. If the goal is to […]
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  • Understanding Injury Categories as a Path to Improvement
    The repetitive nature of endurance sports creates an environment for most of us where sooner or later something hurts. Understanding the factors that led to the problem can provide useful insight into: resolving the discomfort; healing the tissue; preventing recurrence; and learning so that performance improves. Most injuries in Endurance Sports fall into four categories. […]
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  • Home Exercise Equipment Recomendations
    If you are setting up an exercise area at home, here are our recommendations for acquisition. This list is prioritized based on utility and budget. The first seven items we consider the minimum necessary to fully utilize any of our Balanced Movement Online programs. Yoga Mat Stability Ball Kneeling Pad Set of Resistance Tubing with […]
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  • Fleet Feet Trail Run Training workout: Climbing the Hills
    Fleet Feet Full & Half Marathon Training: Hill and Strength Workout
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  • Fleet Feet Trail Run Training workout: Following The Line of Trail
    Fleet Feet Full & Half Marathon Training: Hill and Strength Workout
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  • “Progress to Tolerance” – What is Tolerance?

    Tolerance In the exercise and rehab world, the phrase “Progress to Tolerance” occurs often. Tolerance is very subjective. Our suggestion is that when anyone instructs you to “exercise, progress, weight bear, etc. to tolerance”, that you ask for clarification on that person’s definition of tolerance. Every individual defines tolerance differently. If the goal is to […]

  • Understanding Injury Categories as a Path to Improvement

    The repetitive nature of endurance sports creates an environment for most of us where sooner or later something hurts. Understanding the factors that led to the problem can provide useful insight into: resolving the discomfort; healing the tissue; preventing recurrence; and learning so that performance improves. Most injuries in Endurance Sports fall into four categories. […]

Reviews

Balanced Movement Studio

5 out of 5 stars

Nicholas Woronoff
Nicholas Woronoff

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Brian and Andy helped me overcome a herniated disc that had me in pain 24/7. Within a few visits I was back to working out at full capacity without pain. Brian also helped me improve my run stride and movement of my posterior chain in the process. I'm stronger, faster, and healthier now having worked with them than I was before the injury.

Harold Hill
Harold Hill

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 years ago

With professional guidance from Elizabeth and Brian I have transformed my running form. The whole body approach to healthy form gave me strength to better my running performance. After 3 years I am still challenged with new dynamic exercise routines. With an entire package of wellness experts dealing in Yoga, Chiropractic, Message and more you can always be sure and find assistance for your health concerns.

Karen West
Karen West

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 years ago

I have been working out in this studio with the guidance of personal trainer, Andy Greene for years, and have been extremely pleased. He plans a personal workout routine geared toward my ability and fitness goals, changing it up weekly. He challenges me to push myself just the right amount. The atmosphere in the studio is always upbeat, and all the staff members are so friendly and supportive. The experience is really nothing like going to a gym, and keeps me going back week after week. Visiting Balanced Movement Studio, for me, is absolutely the key to regular exercise and continued good health. I highly recommend it, especially if you are someone who has a hard time self-motivating to exercise.