15 Physical Therapy Blogs You Should Be Reading

15 Physical Therapy Blogs You Should Be Reading

There are 15 physical therapy blogs that people should be reading. Professionals make it a point to stay with the current trends that are going on. The same is true for physical therapists. There are many great physical therapy blogs out there...

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Tom Brady Cannot Stop

Tom Brady Cannot Stop

Tom Brady is a great quarterback and he has a lot of accolades to prove it. Tom Brady was put in the role of quarterback in the year 2001, when Eric Bledsoe got hurt. Since then, he has been arguably the best quarterback of all time. They have...

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The Legend of Brad Stevens

The Legend of Brad Stevens

Terry Rozier is a player that has gone from obscure to now a household name in the city of Boston. He had a low scoring season and did not play much, but during the playoffs he shined averaging over 19 points per game. Coach Brad Stevens has...

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Stop Calling Mike Conley Jr. Underrated

Stop Calling Mike Conley Jr. Underrated

A lot of people would say that Mike Conley Jr. is underrated. He is definitely not. He is a great player. The success of the Grizzlies franchise is partly because of Conley and he has had to carry the weight on his head a long time that he is...

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The devil and José Mourinho

The devil and José Mourinho

In the month of May, during the year 2015 Chelsea had won a title and beat Crystal Palace. The game was not really that great and neither team played that good. José Mourinho was the manager of the team. José Mourinho has struggled with his...

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The New Age of Physical Therapy

The New Age of Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy is a very important aspect to be utilized by athletes of any type. From its beginning decades ago to the new age of physical therapy, any athlete can easily find very beneficial techniques that will help them in strengthening, healing, and improving...

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Marathon Training Schedule – Metric Version

Marathon Training Schedule – Metric Version

If you are competing in a marathon, then you need to adopt this marathon training schedule into your routine. It's an 18 week long schedule, and, if thoroughly followed, will have you more than ready to successfully run a marathon by the end of the 18th week. It gives...

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