CBP 087: Building a Busy Cash-Based PT Practice in Under a Year – Physical Therapy Fitness Article

CBP 087: Building a Busy Cash-Based PT Practice in Under a Year “Am I living out my purpose?” That’s the question Amanda Heritage asked herself as she assessed her career in physical therapy. When she realized the answer was “no,” she knew she needed to make a change. Despite the naysayers who told her it was impossible to create a successful cash-based PT practice in southern New Jersey, she decided to give it a go.   She began looking online to…

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The Physical Performance Show: Braden Currie – Featured Performer: Dual Asia Pacific Ironman Champion, 3x World Multisport Champion – Physical Therapy Fitness Article

The Physical Performance Show: Braden Currie – Featured Performer: Dual Asia Pacific Ironman Champion, 3x World Multisport Champion In episode 175 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer shares a conversation with Braden Currie – Dual Asia Pacific Ironman Champion, 3x World Multisport Champion in this featured performer episode. Braden Currie’s story starts with growing up on a farm in a small rural community in New Zealand. Braden had hard working parents who taught him that success in life requires…

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District Track’s Tom Brumlik on How to Train for the 800m – Running Fitness Article

The District Track Club is an elite running group in Washington, DC. And coach Tom Brumlik is here to help demystify 800m training. The 800-meter distance is a magical race: it’s a terrifying journey into the heart of middle distance running. Us distance runners are used to metering out our effort, cautiously sipping fuel to conserve energy, and waiting for the perfect moment to strike. We’re creatures of patience, willing to grind for miles and execute a well-planned pacing strategy…

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Why You Should Tell Your Story with Eli Nash – Fitness Article

12 Aug Why You Should Tell Your Story with Eli Nash Posted at 04:25h in Podcast by Natalie Jill Why You Should Tell Your Story with Eli Nash Eli held a secret for YEARS. The details of his own abuse. What he knows now that he didn’t know those many years of keeping quiet? That vulnerability and emotional intelligence connects people. TODAY, he now empowers others to speak up. He helps them use their own voice, share THEIR stories,…

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Ali on the Run Show Episode 161: Lauren Fleshman & Jesse Thomas – Running Fitness Article

“As an entrepreneur, just like an athlete, you have to be almost psychotically optimistic. You have to believe, ‘We can do this, we can make it back.’ You have to have that belief because there’s so much headwind.” Husband-and-wife team Lauren Fleshman and Jesse Thomas are the co-founders of Picky Bars and hosts of the Work, Play, Love podcast. Lauren is a former professional middle-distance and marathon runner who spent 13 years competing and is now a coach for Little Wing…

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Losing Is Where The Learning Is At! • 300 POUNDS AND RUNNING – Running Fitness Article

Welcome to another episode of The Long Run w/ Martinus & Latoya! This podcast serves as a place for friends to shoot the shit about running.Support the movement: https://300poundsandrunning.com/donate/Get the Slow AF Shirt!Hosts, Martinus and Latoya talk about the mental aspect of running.JOIN THE MOVEMENT: SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW!Get the 300 Pounds and Running Podcast delivered automatically to your smartphone or podcast player at no charge to you, please subscribe using your preferred method below:Get the RSS Feed for your own favorite RSS Podcast Player.Show your boy some…

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CBP 084: Biz Lessons from the ICU – Physical Therapy Fitness Article

CBP 084: Biz Lessons from the ICU *NOTE: This is second part of my Biz Lessons from the ICU podcast series. You can listen to part one HERE.* Last year my son, Gray, was hospitalized for more than three months. While I was more or less living at the hospital, I spent many hours reflecting on what the experience was teaching me. I wrote down many of those lessons and found that most of them applied to not just my…

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Episode 191: Scott Smith – Lindsey Hein – Running Fitness Article

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! https://media.blubrry.com/lindseyhein/p/content.blubrry.com/lindseyhein/scottsmith.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Email | RSS Scott Smith joins me on the show today- he’s a 2:12 marathoner running for Hoka One One with Northern Arizona Elite under coach Ben Rosario. Scott is funny, he’s calm natured and he’s a strong competitor who wants to win. He has a wide range of speedy times- from a…

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Episode 192: Nikki Hiltz – Lindsey Hein – Running Fitness Article

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Email | Nikki Hiltz likes to race and she likes to win. She’s a 1500 meter runner for Adidas and runs with the Missions Athletic Club in San Diego, California. She’s just been running Pro for one year and has had huge successes so far in 2019- all starting when she raced the B.A.A.…

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Bodybuilding for Skinny Guys | Breaking Muscle – Workout Fitness Article

  Brad Borland has an impressive resume: a University Lecturer with a Master’s degree in Kinesiology and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). But the thing that impresses the most is the stuff that doesn’t always get an award. Like starting out as a scrawny 125lb kid at six feet, two inches, taking up weight training at the tender age of fourteen and ending up a 220lb competitive, drug-free, natural bodybuilder…

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CBP 086: 100% Mobile Neuro Cash Practice with Independent Contractors – Physical Therapy Fitness Article

CBP 086: 100% Mobile Neuro Cash Practice with Independent Contractors In this interview, Tony describes how he built a 100% mobile neuro cash-based practice from scratch, walking us through his journey and how he specifically got started with home-based physical therapy. He shares specifics on his main referral sources, the best marketing strategies for his practice, running a mobile practice, and working with independent contractors. He also describes key tactics to utilize in conversations with prospective patients to maximize conversions…

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Practice Leadership: Consolidation, Education and Talent Management | Stephen Anderson – Physical Therapy Fitness Article

Practice Leadership: Consolidation, Education and Talent Management | Stephen Anderson Welcome to a new season of Evidence In Motion’s Practice Leadership! Larry Benz is joined by Stephen Anderson, PT, DPT, founder of Orange Dot Coaching, former CEO of Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy and lifelong leader as a physical therapist. Larry and Stephen interview one another and provide an insight into both of their storied careers not only as physical therapists but as leaders. Join Larry and Stephen’s conversation as they…

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Untold Physio Stories – You’re Not Wrong | Modern Manual Therapy Blog – Physical Therapy Fitness Article

Untold Physio Stories – You’re Not Wrong | Modern Manual Therapy Blog How often have you used the title’s phrase when speaking to a concerned patient? Much of our job is reducing patient’s anxiety and fears about movement. Post op is another ballgame as patient’s often think they are easily going to break something. Listen in as Modern Rehab Mastery Dr. Phil Van Pelt tells a story about a recent post op case that was worried about her new hardware…

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Return to running after injury: New free guide and podcast – Running Fitness Article

Return to sport after injury is a challenging phase of rehab and not everyone makes it. In novice runners, for example, injury is the main reason people stop running (Fokkema et al. 2019). How we manage the return to running process is key. If we’re too conservative then an athlete can become frustrated and lose fitness. Progress to quickly though and we often see flare ups in symptoms or secondary injuries in tissues not currently used to running. To help…

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Talking Sh*t • 300 POUNDS AND RUNNING – Running Fitness Article

Welcome to another episode of The Long Run w/ Martinus & Latoya! This podcast serves as a place for friends to shoot the shit about running. Support the movement: https://300poundsandrunning.com/donate/ Get the Slow AF Shirt! Hosts, Martinus and Latoya talk about poop. JOIN THE MOVEMENT: SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW! Get the 300 Pounds and Running Podcast delivered automatically to your smartphone or podcast player at no charge to you, please subscribe using your preferred method below: Get the RSS Feed for your own favorite RSS Podcast Player. Show…

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From Stage Fright to Broadway Star with Sandra Joseph – Fitness Article

20 May From Stage Fright to Broadway Star with Sandra Joseph Posted at 04:30h in Podcast by Natalie Jill From Stage Fright to Broadway Starwith Sandra Joseph Sandra Joseph is a history-making Broadway star, a #1 international bestselling author, and a keynote speaker. Her legendary run as Christine Daaé in The Phantom of the Operaspanned ten years and more than 1,300 performances, and earned her the record as the longest-running leading lady in the longest-running Broadway show of all time.…

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Episode 182: Shanna Burnette – Lindsey Hein – Running Fitness Article

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Subscribe: Android | Email | Shanna is a runner a mom to three, an entrepreneur and business owner (Modcraft Studio)  and an agent. She has built her career on what she loves to do – working with brands and she’s worked with brands including Oiselle and Nuun. She is currently stepping back from that and…

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Beating Your Demons and Reinventing Yourself with Doug Bopst – Fitness Article

16 May Beating Your Demons and Reinventing Yourself with Doug Bopst Posted at 04:29h in Podcast by Natalie Jill Beating Your Demons and Reinventing Yourself with Doug Bopst As a  former felon and drug addict, Doug Bopst history is a distant memory. He chose to use his time locked up to beat his demons and reinvent himself. Working out and learning how to eat right from his cell mate, he transformed while in prison. He is now on a…

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