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Introducing Your Child To Fitness

January 1, 2022

Go outside and get some exercise! Our parents encouraged this of us often when we were young, and as the next generation grows it’s important to discourage sedentary behaviors. With the start of a new year comes a new opportunity to foster an enthusiasm for fitness and healthy habits. Helping involve your children is a […]READ MORE

What Is Tactical Training?

December 12, 2021

We observe the winter holidays as a time to give thanks for our blessings and to spend time with loved ones. Statistically, it’s also one of the busiest times of year in terms of travel, shopping, and various outdoor activities. Distractions over finding the perfect gift and arriving to parties and holiday events on time […]READ MORE

Deep Breathing Exercises Before Working Out

November 11, 2021

Take a deep breath, hold it in for a moment, then let go. Feel better? This could be one key to helping you through the rest of the year. With the holidays approaching, we once again face the stress that accompanies them. Decorating homes and offices, planning grand family dinners, shopping, and accomplishing as much […]READ MORE

Fall Nutrition For Peak Sports Performance

September 9, 2021

What you put into your body can determine its eventual output in terms of athletic performance. At Bon Secours In Motion Sports Performance, our Registered Dieticians work with athletes of all ages with meal planning and dietary assessments to help maintain high levels of energy and endurance. As the seasons change, so often does the […]READ MORE

Back to School Sports Tips

August 8, 2021

As schools head back into session, many kids and teens are getting back to sports after a summer of fun. All the time off over the summer is actually good for your body—rest is important for preventing overuse injuries and the mental break from competition is good for mental health. But now it’s time to […]READ MORE

How To Avoid Water Sports Injuries

July 7, 2021

Depending on your sport, summer might be the one time of year you get to take a break from constant games, practices and conditioning. You might be taking advantage of the beach, ocean and bay to participate in some non-competitive water sports that just let you relax and show off all your physical skills. But […]READ MORE

Getting Ready for Sports in a Post-COVID World

June 6, 2021

Thanks to the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccines, we are starting to move toward a post-COVID world; a world in which we can get together again to play sports and cheer on athletes. While it’s great to imagine that everything will just return to normal, it’s likely that sports will never quite be the same […]READ MORE

How Baseball Players Can Protect Their Shoulders

May 5, 2021

Around half of all competitive baseball players suffer shoulder pain or a shoulder injury. Whether you are pitching or launching a ball from the outfield, it takes tremendous strength in your shoulder to move the ball fast and far. Throwing hard over and over and over again can wear out the muscles, tendons and ligaments […]READ MORE

When to Seek Help for a Sports Injury

April 4, 2021

Some sports injuries obviously need medical attention quickly. After an ACL tear, you might hear a pop and feel significant, severe pain. After a bad hit in football, you might lose consciousness. But other sports injuries are more subtle. Sometimes athletes want to wait to see if their body gets better on its own. But […]READ MORE

Keep Your Gym From Being A COVID Hotspot

March 3, 2021

Recently, the CDC issued research that showed that gyms can be a top hotspot for COVID outbreaks. One gym in Chicago, where people exercised without masks, led to 55 people becoming sick with the virus. Another gym in Hawaii experienced a 21 person outbreak. Even as more people are becoming vaccinated, it is important to […]READ MORE