Your BRIDGE back to being active at every age and stage

Post-Cancer Exercise Has Big Benefits!

The Theme for this Week … A bevy of research has been published in recent years on the topic of exercise and cancer including prevention, treatment impacts, and survivorship. The topic is personal for me as my son (pictured) recently celebrated his birthday, 22 years after being diagnosed with leukemia. Beginning with survivorship, let’s dig […]

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Muscle Loss With Age? How to Best Target Your Exercise to Keep Your Muscle Strength

The theme for this week … Muscles and aging. Vibrant strong muscles are important for strength, balance, metabolism, and how we feel about ourselves. Do you know how to best target your strength training? This week we turn to research to provide some guidance. Read on … Muscle, the foundation of our being! Muscles are […]

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Agelessly Truly Means ALL Ages 😍

Keeping four generations moving — what a great Bridging® story! Throughout the past year we’ve shared many specific examples of how our clients’ pain and movement challenges have been helped by Bridging, no matter their age. Each discussion and topic sought to include a multi-age perspective. The Collins’ family story brings the multi-age aspect of […]

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Directionally Challenged? Your Early Movement Holds a Key

The theme for this week … Yes, we work with little ones too. They are learning to be active, and being active helps them learn! Crawling is a well-known milestone in infant development, and for some it doesn’t quite come together. Does crawling still matter? Research says yes! Read on … Crawl now so your teen […]

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