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The 10 Biggest Don’ts of Dieting


Happy New Year, Double G Sports faithful! You know what that means? Not only does everybody have a cousin in Miami, but they all have the same resolutions for 2014, too. (Please tell me you understood the Jimmy Buffett reference.) Before you go crazy starving yourself on a binge diet that’ll only last for three weeks before you go back to your More...

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By Nicole Sorce On Thursday, November 21st, 2013

Kick-start Your Cardio Routine by Breaking It Up!

We all know that cardiovascular exercise is an essential key to weight loss and staying in shape. However, it is often associated with negative connotations of dread and boredom. 60 straight minutes on the same More...

By Nicole Sorce On Wednesday, November 20th, 2013

Replace Potato Chips with Apple Crisps This Winter!

Apples or potato chips. Which will you choose?   Looking for an easy and healthy way to use up the best of this year’s apple harvest? Team Double G has you covered.   You will need: An oven Apples (as More...

By Katie Boushie On Tuesday, October 29th, 2013

Planning For a Marathon Can Be Tricky; But Very Important For Your Health

Courtesy of The NYC marathon is right around the corner! This Sunday, New York boroughs will be crowded with competitors. After months of careful training, specific race day preparation is often More...

By Sandra Weyant On Wednesday, September 11th, 2013

Do You Have What it Takes? Accept the 90-Day Challenge and Live a Healthier Life

Having trouble finding motivation to get in shape?  Summit Medical Group can help you find the support you need to get started, while sharing the experience and journey with others who have the same mission.  More...

By Katie Boushie On Monday, August 26th, 2013

The Importance of the Pre-Participation Physical Exam

As summer draws to a close, many fall sports are in the midst of preseason. One important aspect of safely partaking in sports is a complete and accurate pre-participation physical exam. Most schools require a More...

By Katie Boushie On Monday, July 29th, 2013

Lightning Safety for Summer

Courtesy of: Outdoor athletics can be one the most enjoyable parts of the summer. However, these activities are not risk free, and in previous posts I have discussed dehydration, heat More...

By Katie Boushie On Wednesday, July 17th, 2013
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Health Concerns of Exercising in the Heat

Be aware of the risks of exercising in severe heat. Up and down the east coast we are in the midst of a heat wave. You can sometimes manage by spending more time inside in the AC and drinking plenty of cold drinks. More...

By Katie Boushie On Monday, July 8th, 2013

Cheat Sheet to CT’s and Other Diagnostic Imaging

Following a sports related injury, seeking a physician’s diagnosis is crucial to insure you rehabilitate as correctly and efficiently as possible to get you back into the game injury free. Frequently your doctor More...

By Katie Boushie On Monday, July 1st, 2013


Proper hydration for athletics is a year round concern, but athletes are at an elevated risk during these hot summer months. Severe dehydration can have uncomfortable early signs and symptoms, leading to decreased More...