SportsLab Blog is Alive in 2016. We’ll be posting a wealth of informative and educational articles which will simply make your life better, so come back often. All you have to do is read, learn, and apply. Our unique multidisciplinary approach to physical therapy, rehabilitation and performance personal training seamlessly intersect to unleash your inner athlete. We provide an unparalleled standard of excellence in a comfortable, stylish Bryant Park setting, making SportsLab NYC New York’s premier location for physical therapy and personal training.
Returning to Activity Following an Injury Returning to activity following an injury is something that is often rushed and overlooked. With athletes and individuals eager to get back into the game, it’s important that safe and actionable protocols are provided. Utilizing a strength training program combined with physical therapy is the best protocol. Stack.com article,
Tis the season for holiday weight gain, am I right? This may mean that we’re hitting the ground running extra hard this new year and we have some tricks up our sleeve for you! Some are fanatics and some simply despise it: it’s the infamous aerobic exercise that we refer to as running or jogging.
It’s 2018 and the benefits of technology are endless, especially at SportsLab NYC, where we use technology to provide maximum results for our physical therapy and training clients. Our one-on-one, 60 minute model combined with the great expertise from our physical therapist and sports medicine team makes for a win-win scenario. Add the technology based approach and
“Use it or lose it.” The opening line in a recent article in the New York Times, titled Preventing Muscle Loss as We Age. An extremely important topic that is not talked about frequently which is why we are covering it in today’s post. Ever hear of the term Sarcopenia? Well, sarcopenia is a decline of
We all know the importance of keeping a balanced diet for overall health and wellbeing and here at SportsLab NYC, we emphasize how important it is to keep your diet clean and full of the right nutrients when strength training. Now I know it’s easier said than done, which is why we want to provide
Looking to build muscle and lose fat? If you answered yes, you’ll want to start incorporating strength training into your exercise routine. If you answered no, you’ll want to keep reading…The benefits are endless on why you should strength train. Not to mention the # 1– lifting weights is beneficial for your overall health. And