HITTING THE WALL

Your Brain Is The Wall That Stands Between You And The Finish Line

What happens when I "hit the wall" while running?

Is there anything I can do to avoid hitting the wall?

Can I run further than the wall or do I have to stop?

If you are trying to overcome hitting the wall-this seminar is for you!

(All talk participants will be entered in a chance to win a $35 Massage Therapy Gift Certificate)

HITTING THE WALL

Where: ISSA Physical Therapy

Address: 6010 Executive Blvd. Suite 704

North Bethesda, MD 20852

Date: Thursday September 21, 2017

Time: 6:00PM

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Did you know that your brain is the biggest opponent in your running? This seminar will dive in to how the body fuels itself, theories behind hitting the wall, the brain's role in hindering your runs, and strategies and helpful tips to guide you away from the wall. This will better enable you to train and prepare for your run and lead you to victory versus the abominable wall.

Presented by: Megan Piersol, PT, DPT

Dr. Megan Piersol has been a licensed physical therapist for over 7 years. Dr. Piersol received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2010 from the University of Florida. She has experience treating individuals and teams at youth, collegiate, and professional levels. Megan is a runner herself and enjoys treating athletes.

WHAT PAST PATIENTS HAVE TO SAY!

Outstanding dry needling experience with Dr. Piersol! Megan made a very uncomfortable procedure pleasant with her unique blend of professionalism and humor! She had me back on my feet and back in crossfit gym in under a month. I highly recommend Dr. Piersol for any of your sports related rehabilitation needs

Before I came to Megan Piersol, I was a complete disaster. I was repeatedly getting injured. Even though I love running, at one point I just lost all hope that I was ever going to improve my condition. Megan performed dry needling on me-which really helped address my symptoms, gave me exercises that addressed the source of my problems, and also pointed me to resources to help me get better. I highly recommend her.