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Dr. Gene Giamarino - PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS, CGFI-MPS, CKTP, FMS

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Certified Athletic Trainer, Level 3 Golf Fitness Instructor

Otto Jaasko - ATC

Certified Athletic Trainer

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Here Is What They Are Saying

Pickleball requires every component of fitness, making it one of the most demanding sports. Time to get training!

Join our team of Exercise Specialists, Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainers Mondays 12:00pm to take your performance to the next level!!!

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Join Sports Psychologist, Dr. Shannon Reece on Oct. 28th at 6pm ET for a 90-minute live online workshop where you'll learn how to ~ ✅ Improve your practice and warm-up routines to build trust in your swing on the range ✅ Strategically think on the course to avoid losing shots due to the mental trust killers ✅ Maintain trust in your swing even on days when everything seems to be going wrong

Sign up before Oct 23rd and save $30 off your ticket, plus you'll receive my free pdf bonus "Top 3 Mindset Drills to Get You Golf Ready Before You Play" - to get you into a winning frame of mind before you leave for the course. Grab your seat for only $67 by visiting -

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Many things can slow down your game, but heel pain can definitely bring it to a stop. The most common form of heel pain in Pickleball players is known as Plantar Fasciitis. It occurs when the long, flat ligament on the bottom of the foot (Plantar Fascia) stretches irregularly and develops small tears that cause the ligament to become inflamed. The pain is described as being dull aching or sharp and can be reproduced by flexing the toes upwards (dorsiflexion) and tensing the fascia.

Plantar Fasciitis usually develops gradually. Heel pain may only occur when taking the first steps after getting out of bed or when taking the first steps after sitting for a long period of time. If the plantar fascia ligament is not rested, the inflammation and heel pain will get worse. Other conditions or aggravating factors, such as the repetitive stress of walking, standing, running, or jumping, will contribute to the inflammation and pain. In some cases, the inflamed ligament may not heal because many people who have plantar fasciitis do not completely stop the aggravating activity.

In Pickleball athletes, a number of factors are associated with development of plantar fasciitis. These factors can lead the athlete to change his or her gait (the way the feet strike the ground), which can cause symptoms and injury. Risk factors for athletes include: -Biomechanical factors, such as decreased flexibility in the foot and ankle, imbalances in muscle strength (muscles in one leg or foot are weaker than the other), abnormal foot mechanics (when stepping down), and tightness in the Achilles tendon. -The repetitive nature of sports activities and improper training. -Rapidly increasing the number of sets you play. -Playing on non-level courts. -Wearing tennis shoes that are worn out. -Wearing tennis shoes that do not have a cushioned sole or enough arch support. -Abruptly changing the intensity or duration of the Pickleball routine.

In any case, when you feel pain, your body is trying to warn you that something is wrong. See a doctor or specialist at the first sign of pain. Treating problems early is key to a healthy lifestyle.

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The Naples Personal Training team will host a fundraiser event, "Breast Cancer Awareness Group Fitness" for Breast Cancer Awareness Month at 10 a.m. Oct. 19 at Naples Personal Training, 1236 Airport Pulling Rd. N, Naples, Fl 34104

The event will feature two exercise classes, HIIT Workout and a Total Body fitness class. There will be a live DJ, vendors, prizes and giveaways.

A minimum donation of $10 is to attend event but you are welcome to give as much as you're comfortable with. 100% of the proceeds will go to The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

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"You said tomorrow yesterday"

Don't wait another day start your journey to a healthier you today!!!
Our Wellness team is here to help guide you to a healthier lifestyle.

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With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we plan to have an all out PINK week that begins October 14 and ends with a fundraising event!
We encourage our team and clients to wear pink in some form ALL week long, and together let's try to raise awareness about a disease that affects 1 in 4 women (and many men too). We will be donating $1 to Susan G. Komen for every client, team member and guest who attends our studio wearing pink.

Our week will end with a Charity Group Fitness Class on Saturday, October 19th at 10:00am. Everyone is welcome to join! We'll have a live dj, local vendors, prizes and giveaways and more!
You can make a tax-deductible donation online with your credit card at A minimum donation of $10 is required to attend the event but you are welcome to give as much as you're comfortable with. 100% of the proceeds will go to The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation

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Kinstretch keeps you in the game, on the mat- with increased useable ranges of motion and reduced
risk of injury.
Join Nick Lambe for Kinstretch tomorrow at 10:00am!!!

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Friday Funny!!
Does this remind you of your gym buddy?
If so try our group fitness classes or work individually with one of our trainers.
Our favorite place is the NPT studio!!!

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Join Katie every Wednesday at 6:30pm for Yoga for Every-Body!!! First Class Free!!! ...

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Find out how KINSTRETCH can help
you feel better!

Kinstretch is a movement enhancement system that develops maximum body control, flexibility, and USABLE ranges of motion. ... WHAT TO EXPECT AT

EXPECT to develop a practice that is based on scientific research in mobility training.

EXPECT to use limited equipment- only small props such as mats, Kinstretch blocks and Kinstretch balls.

EXPECT to use and control your own body throughout the class, meaning this class is based on internal effort (irradiation). EXPECT to be introduced to FRC (Functional Range Conditioning) principals and terminology. Instructors may provide you with FRC terminology through their instruction, as it is based off of FRC principals.

EXPECT to be educated. Kinstretch is meant to enhance your life and help you get better at whatever you want to get better at. The more you show up, the more familiar you will be become with the concepts. The more you implement this practice into your lifestyle, the more effective the training will be/the more results you will see.

EXPECT a variety of students in the class. Kinstretch is not geared to a specific population; it is geared to humans in general. Expect a variety of ages, body types, athletes, teams, individuals with various occupations and fitness levels on a continuum.

Come seen why many professional sports teams are utilizing KINSTRETCH to improve their performance and mitigate injury.
Now offering classes at Naples Personal Training.

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During this month, Naples Personal Training reminds men and women of the strong evidence linking regular physical activity to recurrence prevention and to increased survival rates.
And, if you're a survivor, or undergoing treatment, here are some fitness recommendations for you:

Physical activity guidelines suggest that breast cancer survivors should engage in aerobic activities at moderate intensity for a total of 150 minutes per week or vigorous/strenuous intensity for 75 minutes per week; or some combination.

Recommendations for strength training include performing activities that work the major muscle groups in both the lower and upper body two or three times per week.

To improve flexibility, recent recommendations suggest stretching major muscle groups when aerobic and strength-training activities are performed.

Women who have had surgery should allow time for healing and then evaluate arm/shoulder mobility before performing upper-body exercises. Women should not exercise on days of extreme fatigue or pain.

If undergoing chemotherapy, set short-term goals to prevent loss of interest or motivation. Nausea may lead to lack of appetite and then to low energy.

If radiotherapy is part of treatment, wear comfortable clothing when exercising as skin rashes and burns may be present. The pool should also be avoided as an exercise option.

If undergoing hormone treatment, choose safe activities that limit possibility of falls — be aware of risk for fractures. Exercise in a cool environment and drink plenty of fluids.

Considering engaging a personal trainer who specializes in working with cancer survivors.

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"There is no diet that will do what healthy eating does"

Join Registered Dietitian Isabelle Faucher to learn how to make healthy eating part of your healthy lifestyle.

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Get outside this weekend and enjoy the beautiful Southwest Florida weather!!! ...

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Friday Funny 😂

The Truth!!! Join Registered Dietitian Isabelle Faucher for Nutrition 101 Back to the Basics. October 25th 10:00am at Naples Personal Training.

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Naples Personal Training Breast Cancer Fundraiser

This year, we want to make an impact in the fight against breast cancer! Our team wants to help Susan G. Komen save lives and end breast cancer forever.
To help do that we'll be hosting a group training workout event on October 19th! Everyone is welcome to join! We'll have a live dj, local vendors, prizes and giveaways and more!
Group Training for Breast Cancer Treatment and Research
October 19th at 10am-12pm
-45 min Team Workout guided by our coaches!
-30 min talk on Strategies for Women’s Health
A minimum donation of $10 is required to attend the event but you are welcome to give as much as you're comfortable with.
100% of the proceeds will go to The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation

Thank you so much for supporting us as we fundraise in support of ending breast cancer forever.

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Yoga for Every-Body with Katie
First class is FREE!!!! Katie's intention is to help people enjoy moving and being in their body. Every body can do yoga, at every phase of life, age and ability.

Advantage of our Yoga for Every-Body Class
-small group class with individual attention -emphasis on correct alignment and injury prevention -fun, revitalizing, empowering!

6:30 pm Tonight
Reserve your spot now!!!

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Today begins Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In 2019 over 268,000 new cases of breast cancer will be diagnosed in the US. By years end, approx. 42,250 deaths will have occurred from breast cancer. Please help join in the fight against this dreadful disease.
Remember to schedule your annual mammogram. Early detection is the key to saving lives!

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What knee problems do physical therapists treat? Here's a good list of conditions that respond well to physio treatment.
If you are suffering from one of these knee conditions call 239-597-2370 to schedule assessment.

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"A healthy outside starts from the inside" ...

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Friday Funny
Start training at Naples Personal Training now!!! 🏃‍♂️🏃‍♀️

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A growing number of tennis and Pickleball players at every level practice Pilates. They utilise their Pilates training for a range of issues. Issues such as: injury prevention and recovery, rectifying muscle imbalance, to improving flexibility and building core and stabilizer muscles.

Racquet sports are by their nature one-sided. Most players repeatedly use the same hand and arm to hit the ball, generally in the same direction. Typically they do this with their head and neck usually adopting the same position in anticipation of playing a shot. Such pronounced left- or right-sided movements load stress on the structure of the body. This produces a physique that is out of balance and thus is more liable to break down with over-use injuries particularly prevalent.

Repetitive, inefficient patterns of movement combined with the quest for power give rise to problems in the collection of joints that make up the shoulder. ‘Tennis elbow’, or inflammation of the muscle tissue and ligaments at the base of the elbow, is caused by chronic twisting of the arm plus repeated shocks to a small bony ridge on the outer elbow.

Call 239-597-2370 to schedule your free Intro to Pilates session with Dr. Susan Mann DPT

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Kinstretch is defined as a movement enhancement system that develops maximum body control, flexibility and USABLE ranges of motion.
So what does this mean?
Unlike other common methods of flexibility training such as yoga and passively stretching muscles, Kinstretch focuses on gaining control of your passive flexibility by using our muscles (rather then gravity) to attain improved mobility.  This serves two purposes, improve usable ranges of motion and strengthen in these new ranges.
RSVP KEVIN@NAPLESPERSONALTRAINING.COM to join our Kinstretch class Saturday September 28th @ 10am

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"What you do today can improve all your tomorrows" ...

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Exercise is an important part of healthy living for everyone. For people with Parkinson’s disease (PD), exercise is more than healthy — it is a vital component to maintaining balance, mobility and activities of daily living. Exercise and physical activity can improve many PD symptoms. These benefits are supported by research.

The Parkinson’s Outcomes Project shows that people with PDwho start exercising earlier and a minimum of 2.5 hours a week, experience a slowed decline in quality of life compared to those who start later. Establishing early exercise habits is essential to overall disease management.

Join our small group fitness class to combat symptoms.
Classes begin October 15th
Tuesdays at 12:00pm
First Class Free!!!

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Are you "just living with the pain?" Physical Therapy can help and it's a natural solution, no needles, unnecessary x-rays, or pills.

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