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Should You Use Ice, Aleve, or Ibuprofen After You Throw?

Ice, Aleve, or Ibuprofen plays an integral role in most pitchers’ post-outing routines. But why? When I evaluate a new client, parents often rave about their son’s “post-game ritual” of icing right away and popping two Aleve. When I ask why they are using ice and anti-inflammatories, they always give the same answer: to stop…

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Why Your Recruiting Sucks

(I stole the title of this article) I love my job. Anyone who has met me knows this within the first 5 minutes of talking. It’s my love and passion; along with the fact I have amazing athletes that are hard working and extremely dedicated. Most of my clients play or end up playing a…

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Interview With Josh Heenan

(Written by Michael Wittner)   For more than seven years, Josh Heenan has worked in the field of sports training and medicine. He has a doctorate in Integrated Medicine and is currently Head Strength Coach and Doctor of Integrated Medicine at Moore Fitness and Physical Therapy in Southport, Connecticut. Prior to working at Moore, he…

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Move Fast, Throw Hard, Live Well- Nutrition

Clients are often shocked at the value we put on proper nutrition in our office. Exercise is the key to move well and manage the risk of injury, but nutrition is in almost complete control of body composition, disease, and long-term health. Business Insider ran a great piece showing nutritional trends over the years.  Remember…

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2014 MLB Drafted Athlete Update

Having been out of the country for the 2014 MLB Draft I’m a little late to the party. Kody Kerski- 8th Round Seattle Mariners- Former athlete from Sacred Heart University. Here is an article featuring his development preparing Kody for the Cape Cod League and MLB Draft. Having worked with Kody for his first three…

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Alex Farina Prepares for Baseball Future

Facebook Post from August 2nd 2013: “Exactly 12 months ago, my long time client Alex Farina set a goal of playing in the Cape League. After speaking to numerous coaches, we realized he was not a candidate just yet. We sat down and devised an actionable, step-by-step plan to get him to his goal of…

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Moore Southport 2014 Pro, College, and High School Baseball Commits

As we get prepared to kick start the baseball season I wanted to list some of our athletes that are committed in ink for this season and the fall. Many more to come, but here is the short list. Professional John Murphy- NY Yankess Troy Scribner- Houston Astros College Ryan Crawford- Hamilton College Victor D’Ascenzo-…

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Move Fast, Throw Hard, Live Well- Stealing Bases, Moneyball, and In-Season Body Care

Clients and friends were sending over lots of great articles this week for me to share as well as some resources I suggest to my athletes for self-care. Moneyball … But With Money This is a great feature on how the Red Sox play Moneyball with the ability to spend some serious cash. Here they…

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Move Fast, Throw Hard, Live Well – If You Are In Pain Get Treated ASAP- Direct Access

Today’s post is going to be quick as I am off to talk to the Fairfield American Little League Program’s coaches about injury reduction and red flags with their athletes. One of the main points I try to make at these talks is to refer out ASAP if there is pain. Orthopedic doctors are great,…

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Move Fast, Throw Hard, Live Well- Little League Curveballs and Youth Weight Training

This weeks post I am going to share a readers question and my response about weight training his younger athlete. If you have a question you would like answered feel free to shoot me an email. Enjoy! Q: What would you recommend for a 13 yr old 7th grader, honestly? I am not wanting him…

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