Monthly Archives: January 2014

Shape Magazine & Rebound’s Jay Dicharry, PT, SCS talk posture for running strength

Shape Magazine recently consulted with Rebound’s Jay Dicharry, PT, SCS on “Ways to Become a Better Runner Without Running.” Professional triathlete and REP Lab regular Linsey Corbin shows how maintaining good posture can help muscle strength for “boosting speed, building endurance, and staying injury-free.” You can find the whole series on the Shape Magazine website

Bend snowboarder Kent Callister officially selected for Olympics

Bend Oregon Professional snowboarder Kent Callister has been officially selected to complete for Australia in the halfpipe competition in the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi. Kent suffered a season ending ankle injury prior to the Vancouver Winter Olympics and has been working hard toward making team for Sochi. Congratulations – we’re proud to see you […]

Rebound Physical Therapy quoted in Washington Post study

Rebound Physical Therapy PT and REP Biomechanics Lab Director Jay Dicharry recently took part in a Washington Post article that highlight the destructive nature of prolonged sitting. The panel of experts focused on key areas that get affected most starting with the head and ending with the toes. Great read, very informative and provides great […]

REP Lab Running Strength Class – starts Jan 30

REP Lab’s Running Strength & Biomechanics Class will be starting up on January 30, 2014. This class is custom-tailored just for runners looking to build strength and power. While a strong engine is important for running, a stable and strong chassis ensures you can hold your form for any distance from a 5K to an […]