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Taking MoveMend to new heights! 3596 ft. elevation gain. #machupicchu #stairs @ Machu Picchu Mountain
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Congratulations to Jen Erickson and Caitlin Mitchell who won our drawing for guessing the closest for total number of clinic appointments (9223) and clients seen (769) since opening day at MoveMend!
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A dynamic warm-up is a series of sport specific movements that prepare the body for exercise. This type of warm-up maximizes active ranges of motion while preparing the body for the demands of training and competition
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I'll drink to that! #hydration #exercise
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Have you talked with your primary care doctor or visited the Madison Park Pharmica for a strategy to treat a cold or flu?
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For clarification, stretching and warming-up are two different activities. The primary goal of stretching is to increase flexibility whereas a dynamic warm-up prepares the body for exercise and sport
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The symptoms of dehydration include increased thirst, weakness and dizziness and in some cases heart palpitations and fainting can occur. The calf cramp you get from a long walk on a hot day may be from dehydration and changes in electrolyte balance
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Instead of trying to remember whether to feed or starve an illness, focus on well founded advice from physicians. This includes drinking plenty of fluids and eating if you are hungry
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