Blogs about BOSU

Tuesday, February 10, 2015 • L1H 2P9, CA
Darcy Broadbent's Blog
Has this ever happened to you? You find yourself on a balance beam with a stadium packed with people anticipating your performance. You leap forward into a vaulted somersault and into your dismount…and you fall! The crowd moans as the seats empty and you hang your head in disappointment! Ya…that pretty much has never happened to me either but I have lost my footing in the snow and I have stepped off a curb awkwardly and almost fell. But, unlike our performer on the balance beam, I didn’t fall and that was because I was able to regain my balance.
Thursday, January 22, 2015 • L1H 2P9, CA
Darcy Broadbent's Blog
Do you BOSU? You should…it’s kind of cool and it could be what your routine is missing. Many people tend toward the same fitness routines of lifting weights or hop on a treadmill and go home. If that’s you then give yourself a pat on the back…you’re doing something good for your body and you’re improving your health. But, there’s so much more you can do.
Wednesday, March 06, 2013 • Fuquay Varina, NC 27526
Beth Yauger's Blog
 I attended my first IDEA pti EAST Conference this past weekend and was thrilled to learn from and work out with industry leaders Todd Durkin, Rodney Corn, Pete Holman, Fraser Quelsh, Shannon Fable, Fabio Comana, Mitch Batkin, Len Kravitz, Hayley Hollander and Pete McCall. The lectures were chock full of new and exciting ideas, as well as tried and true methodology, and were beyond inspiring. Todd Durkin’s “Blueprint for Success” was inspirational and fun and the takeaway from that session was huge.
Tuesday, November 06, 2012 • Newport News, VA 23606
Adrianne Flinn's Blog
An important component of sports performance is balance and stability training.  Unfortunately, balance deteriorates with age and often goes unnoticed until it becomes a major problem.  Poor balance can result in falls and stumbles that can cause serious orthopedic injuries and even death.  This year, the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has added neuromotor exercise recommendations for 2-3 times per week on top of their regular cardiovascular, strength, and flexibly protocols.  Neuromotor exercises are exercises that improve balance, agility, coordination, and