There has been an increased push towards video contents in the past five years. Social media platforms such as Vine, Instagram and Snapchat have undeniably added more changes into the already complex landscape of our culture. Facebook caught up on the trend and started promoting video live streaming last year. With this upward trend of … Continue reading Marketing Using Videos: Tools Needed
If you are reading this, it means you’re either thinking about Graduate school or you are just looking for ways to prepare for your scheduled GRE. For people who aren’t familiar with the GRE, it is a 4 hour computer-based test, composed of two essay questions, a verbal and quantitative sections, and an experimental (non-graded) … Continue reading Let’s Crush The GRE!
After reading Jay Samit’s book “Disrupt You" I began to think about the Physical Therapy profession and the role we, the next generation of DPT, will have to assume if we want to move the profession forward. Schools have now moved their PT program to a doctorate level, and yet it seems like our confidence … Continue reading Are we disrupting the profession of Physical Therapy?
Things could not be any better. You have been trying for months now but at last you are carrying a child. The excitement at the thought of becoming a mother is uncontainable: you are already dreaming about the baby shower, the crib, the tiny clothes and the insane amount of diapers that you will have … Continue reading PREGNANCY: Prepare your body for the major changes !
Take a minute and try to remember the last time you went to your local gym. What were the majority of the people doing? Now I can tell you every time I go to mine, the heat and the smell of sweat are mostly concentrated in the weight room. People are all about the gains … Continue reading What is missing from your workout!
Tune out the noises and stay focus!
In 2006, during my sophomore year as a long distance runner, I raced in a local track meet at Berkeley High School. I was 16 at the time and excited about the opportunities to shatter my personal records (PRs) from my freshman year. This event was seemingly normal save for a few key differences near the end.
Sidetrack for a moment… My mom worked 2 jobs as a single parent. This track meet was one of the few times when she was able to watch me race albeit later in the afternoon with my older sister tagging along.
Back to the story… out of all the events, my favorite one was the 1600 meter race. However, I always felt the pressing need to race the 3200 meter event as well. Part of this was my hard-working nature and urge to leave everything out on the track. Just to put things…
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https://youtu.be/SVif3jwi31k Hey there! My name is Bergomy and I am currently a first year DPT student. Right now I don’t matter, but YOU DO! I am talking to you - the people who do not have sufficient stats to go to Physical Therapy school. I’m here to tell you that it’s ok. I had … Continue reading How to get into PT school with low GPA