Bay Sport Physical Therapy

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Bay Sport Physical Therapy
Bay Sport Physical Therapy is listed in the Physical Therapists category in Santa Clara, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Bay Sport Physical Therapy which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Bay Sport Physical Therapy on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 87.

Contact information for Bay Sport Physical Therapy is:
3250 Central Expy
Santa Clara, CA 95051
(408) 738-3200

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Bay Sport Physical Therapy has an overall ZapScore of 87. This means that Bay Sport Physical Therapy has a higher ZapScore than 87% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Santa Clara, California is 38 and in the category is 40. Learn more about ZapScore.

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By Leslie Czarny and Carol Triest, P.T. High Intensity Interval Training classes like CrossFit, Insanity, and P90X continue to be a favorite amongst exercisers. The draw - a quick intense workout (15-20min) in a fun and challenging setting. Pushing one’s self to extreme limits is an attraction to many who thrive in this type of environment. However, according to Bergeron, Nindl and Deuster, there seems to be a high occurrence of military personnel suffering from muscle strains and joint injuries as a result of participating in these types of workouts.1 If military personnel are getting injured, how about the rest of us? [ 237 more words ] http://baysport.com/blog/high-intensity-workouts-a-no-pain-no-gain-attitude-can-get-you-injured/
High Intensity Interval Training is a fun and challenging type of exercise. Learn what you can do to limit your risk.


By Thad Phillips With the summer heat upon us we need to pay closer attention to keeping our bodies hydrated. We... fb.me/4s77eUyfv

By Thad Phillips With the summer heat upon us we need to pay closer attention to keeping our bodies hydrated. We all know the importance of water but 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated. Below are some signs that you could be dehydrated. Are you feeling hungry? In 37% of Americans, the thirst mechanism is so weak that it is often mistaken for hunger and even mild dehydration will slow down a metabolism as much as 3%. [ 397 more words ] http://baysport.com/blog/are-you-drinking-enough-water/
By Thad Phillips With the summer heat upon us we need to pay closer attention to keeping our bodies hydrated. We all know the importance of water but 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated. Be…


By Francisco Flores Naboso (meaning "barefoot" in Czech) is the first-ever small nerve proprioceptive material... fb.me/11gUgixym

By Francisco Flores Naboso (meaning "barefoot" in Czech) is the first-ever small nerve proprioceptive material commercially available in the health and fitness industry. The skin on the bottom of the foot contains thousands of (small nerve) proprioceptors, which are sensitive to different stimuli including texture, vibration, skin stretch, deep pressure and light touch. When stimulated these proprioceptors play an important role in how we maintain upright stance, activate our postural muscles and dynamically control impact forces. [ 241 more words ] http://baysport.com/blog/barefoot-training-whats-naboso-technology/


BaySport Nutrition Tip - Diets should be specific to different body types or blood types This is a myth. There... fb.me/8M4mBVcHK

BaySport Nutrition Tip - Diets should be specific to different body types or blood types This is a myth. There are specific diets that are prescribed for medical conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, kidney disease, celiac disease, epilepsy, etc., but there is no evidence based research that supports a special diet for a healthy person based on their blood or body type. Sheri Berger, RDN Nutrition Coach


By Sheri Berger, RDN I am sure most of you have noticed the latest food rage these days is fermented foods! You... fb.me/KogOqNgG

By Sheri Berger, RDN I am sure most of you have noticed the latest food rage these days is fermented foods! You may be wondering what are these foods and why are they getting so much attention. Some examples of fermented foods are yogurt, buttermilk, cottage cheese, sauerkraut, kimchi, kefir, sour dough bread, and kombucha. These foods are literally alive! That’s right- fermented foods are full of alive and active bacteria, also known as probiotics. [ 158 more words ] http://baysport.com/blog/should-you-eat-fermented-foods/
By Sheri Berger, RDN I am sure most of you have noticed the latest food rage these days is fermented foods! You may be wondering what are these foods and why are they getting so much attention. Som…


By Kristi Harries After a long winter of working out indoors, many people enjoy switching up their routines and... fb.me/8UnptapeA