Return to Sport 6 Week Conditioning Program

a group of young men training for return to sport

Welcome to the Therapeutic Associates Northside Physical Therapy 6-Week Return to Sport Conditioning Program. This program is designed to improve performance, increase strength/power/endurance, and allow for safe return to sports or athletics. We will provide a new video each week that will have video demonstrations of each exercise and recommended sets, reps, and duration of each exercise. These can be modified depending on your level of fitness.

Each workout is designed to take about 30 minutes including a dynamic warm-up and there will be minimal equipment or space needed. As always, feel free to tailor these workouts to your needs so you can get what you need out of each workout. We recommend performing these exercises 2-3 times per week.

We are here to help if you have any questions or concerns. Hope you all enjoy and we are looking forward to getting everyone back to doing what they love.

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Experts in Sports Injury Recovery

We are committed to providing effective, efficient, and compassionate care to help you return to pain-free sport. Our passion is to help every patient reach their goals on their journey to recovery and optimal performance.

Girl during rehabilitation therapy

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