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ptrphotoblog: Window-washers from left, Mark Errico (Captain America), Jim Zaremba (Batman), Ed Hetrick (Superman) and Rick Boloinger (Spiderman) repel down the side of Children’s Hospital Monday morning, Oct. 22, 2012 as the crew of super-clad washers from Allegheny Window Cleaning, Inc. rid the windows of the Lawrenceville hospital of grime.James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
I hope everyone attending CSM is having a great time! I’m hoping to make it next year. In the meantime, I want to get the word out about a Continuing Education class open to all physical therapists, athletic trainers, students and other interested people: On Thursday, 2/7, Irene Davis PhD, PT, FACSM, FAPTA, FASB will… Continue reading Continuing Ed. Barefoot Running Class
To cap off a week of prolific blogging, here’s a guest post I wrote for ThePTstudent.com. In it I talk about the challenges of taking time off before PT school and also of making PT your “second career.” Enjoy!
As I noted in my last post, in order to exercise consistently, you need to find a workout you actually enjoy. While I love the elliptical and weightlifting, I decided to use my extra time over winter break to try an exciting new workout: aerial yoga! As you can see from the picture, aerial yoga… Continue reading Aerial Yoga
If you’ve been to the gym this week, you’ve probably noticed that it’s more crowded than usual. But give it a few weeks, and many of the New Year’s resolution crowd will have disappeared. While it’ll be great to have the gym back at normal capacity, it’s unfortunate that many of these people will have… Continue reading New Year’s Workout Resolutions
I’ve seen a lot of guides for surviving PT school, so here’s mine for getting through the first semester: 1. Surround yourself with a good support system. After spending all day with my peers, it was great to come home and be able to vent to my incredibly patient boyfriend. He also gave me lots… Continue reading How to Survive First Semester