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Hi, Invincible Squad!
how have your workouts been?
Hi First name / Movement Lover!
Hopefully your gym is back open and you’re able to get back in to support them.
Maybe you’re like me and can’t bring yourself to workout in a mask right now. So home workouts are the option right now!
I know it’s been a hard time to stay motivated to move, so just try to remember that movement is medicine!
Try to get that sweat in once a day and move often all day long (even if it’s just arm circles!)
If you’re still struggling to get into the gym or get a workout in at home, remember how beneficial play is!
One of my favorite workouts these days is headphones on, 90s hip hop & dancing around my apartment :)
Coloradans are lucky because we have a lot of outdoor play we can do, but wherever you are make sure your movement is FUN. If you hate it, try something else…
Jump up and down to your favorite song.
Let your kids chase you around the backyard.
Enjoy the movement that nourishes your body and soul.
6 WEEK REMOTE PHYSICAL THERAPY PROGRAM
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Emilie designed this 6-week ski/board prehab program, with an emphasis on customization, to address your specific strength, endurance and mobility needs. Inclusive with 2 one-hour video calls and one 30 minute follow up session, Emilie will ensure your program is appropriate and effective to best prepare you for the upcoming ski/snowboard season. Whether your goal is lift accessed terrain or self-propelled, on two planks or one, Emilie has you covered.
Emilie Whittemore's integrated practice is a reflection of her belief in an active and well-rounded lifestyle. Before earning her Master’s in Physical Therapy, Emilie graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Human Kinetics from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.
She is a Strength and Conditioning specialist and also holds certifications in Functional Dry Needling, K-Taping, and concussion management.
Emilie integrates her passion for snow sports by travelingfull time with the US Snowboard Halfpipe team since 2019 and previously working with Freestyle Canada’s Ski Halfpipe and Moguls teams since 2017.