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Hours July 3rd & 4th

Notice to all patients, clients, and gym members, our office will be closing at 5pm on Monday, July 3rd and we will be closed Tuesday, July 4th in observance of the Holiday.
Our regular office hours will resume on Wednesday, July 5th at 8am.

Have a safe and happy holiday weekend!

-KAH Premium Physical Therapy and Fitness Staff

Office Closed Memorial Day

Notice to all patients, clients, and gym members, our office will be closed in observance of Memorial Day on Monday, May 29th.
Our regular office hours will resume on Tuesday, May 30th at 8am.
Have a safe and happy holiday weekend!

-KAH Premium Physical Therapy and Fitness Staff

Closed Easter Sunday

KAH Fitness will be closed Sunday, April 16th in observance of the holiday.
We will reopen Monday, April 17th at 8am.

Office Closed March 14th due to impending storm

Our office will be closed Tuesday, March 14th due to the impending storm. We will tentatively reopen Wednesday, March 15th at 8am. We will post all updates on our Facebook page and website www.kahppt.com!

Stay safe and warm!

Spring is just around the corner!

We are about one week into March, and despite the cold weather Spring is around the corner! Once the temperature starts to rise, many people begin running outdoors. While running is a great form of exercise, it often leads to overuse injuries. With that in mind, we will be posting a series of running-themed posts in order to prevent injury.

Our first post will be about something important for running: STRETCHING! Here is a helpful tip regarding stretching:
-Stretching before and after running: did you know you should be doing different kinds of stretches before you run than the ones you do after you run? There are two different types of stretches- static and dynamic stretches. Static stretches are the more “traditional” stretches, where you hold a stretched position for a certain amount of time. It is best to perform static stretching after exercising, when your muscles are warmed up and able to stretch. Dynamic stretches involve more active movement of the body part being stretched (think leg swings, high-knees, etc). It is best to perform dynamic stretching prior to activity because it prepares the body for the task it is about to perform. Here is a helpful link to further explain static vs. dynamic stretching:

http://www.livestrong.com/…/503162-examples-of-dynamic-exe…/

Stay tuned for a post later in the week providing examples of both static and dynamic stretching!

Office Closed Thursday, February 9th

Our office will be closed Thursday, February 9th due to the impending storm. We will reopen Friday, February 10th at 8am.

Stay safe and warm!

Holiday Hours

KAH Physical Therapy & Fitness Holiday Hours:

Saturday 12/24: 8am-12pm
Sunday 12/25: CLOSED
Monday 12/26: CLOSED

Saturday 12/31: 8am-2pm
Sunday 1/1: CLOSED
Monday 1/2: CLOSED

Scheduled Gym Maintenance 11/22

We have tentatively scheduled maintenance for all of our machines on Tuesday, November 22nd 8am-2pm.
All gym members are welcome to use the Physical Therapy side to workout during that time frame.

We apologize for any inconvenience

- The Staff at KAH Fitness -

No Total Body Class Wednesday, October 26th

Total Body class will be cancelled on Wednesday, October 26th.
We apologize for any inconvenience.

Updated Class Schedule

Weekly Class Schedule
Classes are 30 minutes each and cost $5 per class. Class space is limited. You must sign up for classes in advance! All classes start promptly at 8:30am. Please arrive a few minutes early to stretch and be ready to work!

Mondays at 8:30am:
Total Body Class (Everyone)
30 minute workout using body weight, dumbbells and medicine balls. Focus is on functional moves for everyday life and toning muscle. No two workouts are the same to keep the muscles guessing.

Tuesdays at 8:30am:
Core Class (Everyone)
Focus is on strengthening the core using body weight, dumbbells and medicine balls. A strong core is essential for good posture and balance and helps prevent low back pain.

Wednesdays at 8:30am:
Total Body Class (Everyone)
30 minute workout using body weight, dumbbells and medicine balls. Focus is on functional moves for everyday life and toning muscle. No two workouts are the same to keep the muscles guessing.