Personal Training

Learning to Live With Imbalance

Learning to Live With Imbalance -Nancy Gray In December of 2019 I sailed from Lisbon, Portugal to Miami, Florida on a cruise ship… I stepped ashore and felt the motion of the ship. This was not unusual as I have sailed many times and continued to feel motion for up…

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The Freedom to Enjoy Life

THE FREEDOM TO ENJOY LIFE “The shortest interval of humanly perceptible time is the distance between vertical and horizontal when you slip on the ice…” “And that’s how I came in initially!” John Severinghaus exclaims. He and his wife, Rita, have been coming in to Cioffredi & Associates for physical…

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Breaking Point with Will Rancourt

Breaking Point Will Rancourt Being a firefighter for the past 15 years I am no stranger to the aches and pains that come with the job. Strained muscles and sore backs seem almost as routine as our shift schedules. The problem is when we go from just routine sore backs…

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Kate’s Journey

When Kate Martin-Bonhaus first came to us, she was suffering from years of chronic pain and depression. “This winter, I didn’t think I was going to make it out. I was really having to push myself through lots of things…you feel edgy and angry because you hurt. And you’re not…

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George Merrill's Total Approach to Movement

George’s Total Approach to Movement

George Merrill’s Total Approach to Movement Cioffredi & Associates is grateful to serve so many outstanding members of the Upper Valley community, and for the trust they place in us to restore and enhance movement and to get them back to doing the things they love. George Merrill took full advantage of…

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Prevent golf injuries with stretching

Stay Ready Fore Tee Time

Stay Ready for Tee Time Golf: An Excellent Sport and Leisure Activity Involving Exercise, Socialization, and Competition The average golfer will repeat a swing pattern thousands of times in a season as they attempt to hone their skill and improve performance. This repetitive activity is a major factor for the…

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Piriformis Muscle Sciatic Nerve

Piriformis Syndrome

Piriformis Syndrome: That Pain in the Butt! What is the Piriformis? The piriformis muscle is located deep in the buttock region behind the large gluteal muscle, and connects the lower spine to the top of each femur (thigh bone). The sciatic nerve (the largest nerve in the body) usually runs…

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Off-Season Training Gains

Off-Season Training Gains The off-season is the perfect time to build a foundation for improvement.  For the dedicated athlete that is always asking “What can I do to get better?” one answer is weight training. The easiest way to increase an athlete’s strength is by getting them in the gym….

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