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Will lifting weight help me on my PT test?

Will lifting weight help me on my PT test? Yes and no. If you are lifting heavy weights in low reps, it won’t help you at all. In fact, if that is the only way you are lifting weights, you …Read More

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Should I invest in a good pair of running shoes?

Should I invest in a good pair of running shoes? Yes! Don’t purchase just any old shoes. Shoes make a difference. Invest in a good pair if for no other reason than to protect your knees and ankles from arthritis …Read More

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I have been exercising and now I have a painful bump in my arm pit. What is it, how did I get it, and what do I stop exercising?

At some time or another, the majority of people get that painful, red mass in one or both of their arm pits. This is called an abscess and it came about because a sweat gland got blocked or it is …Read More

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I maxed out my push-ups, sit-ups, but on the run I cramped up and I ended up being a PT failure! What can I do?


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I want to get in great shape, but I don’t want to work at it.


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My knees swell up after I run or perform other exercises, what should I do?


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I see a lot of people doing bouncing and jumping exercises, should they be a staple of my routine?


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Push-up prep

When performing push-ups in practice, ensure your arms go below the parallel position to prevent test day grading surprises.

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