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Golf _2018

Are You Ready for Golf Season?

Spring is finally starting to make its presence felt here in New England. As the courses are drying out with each bright sunny day, many of us are itching with the anticipation and excitement of the upcoming golf season. Bryan Truscott, LAT, ATC, CSCS, TPI Level 2 Fitness, Level 2 Medical Certified shares a few tips that will get you ready for the season ahead.

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Tennis _Blog _2016

Why is it Called Tennis Elbow?

Many of us have heard of tennis elbow, also called lateral epicondylitis, which is a painful condition that involves the tendons that join the forearm muscles to the outside of the elbow. But why is it called tennis elbow?

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Youth _Golf

Youth Golfers: Avoid These Common Injuries

For those who have never golfed, the sport may seem like a leisurely activity with limited risk for injury. Unfortunately, as with any sport, this is not the case and injuries are common. For youth golfers, the hands and wrist, shoulders and back tend to get the most injuries.  These injuries most commonly develop gradually over time from overuse or improper form, but can also occur suddenly.

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Snowboard _Blog _2

Avoid This Snowboarding Mistake

To those who have never tried snowboarding, it may appear snowboarders simply glide effortlessly down the mountain. However, this Olympic sport is incredibly physically demanding, offering a great cardio workout while improving balance and building various muscle groups. One rookie mistake many make is not getting in shape before hitting the slopes. NEBH Athletic Trainers in the Sports Performance Center recommend these three exercises to get you in snowboarding shape.

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