Monthly Archives: June 2010

Sub-Clinical Hockey Injuries?

Sub-Clinical Hockey Injuries?

Last week, Eric Cressey put up a few great posts on an issue that I think everyone working in the human performance arena should be aware of. You can check them out here: Preventing Lower Back Pain: Assuming is Okay Healthy Shoulders with Terrible MRIs? Who Kneeds Normal Knees? Despite the last title, these three… Read more

The Truth About Stretching

The Truth About Stretching

I recently came across an excellent video that I want to share with you. Doug Richards from the Physical Education & Health department at University of Toronto St. George gives a lecture entitled, “Stretching: The Truth”. In his presentation, he discusses all the myths of stretching and outlines the foundational scientific knowledge that everyone should… Read more

Joint vs. Muscular Restriction

Joint vs. Muscular Restriction

Over the past couple weeks at Endeavor, we’ve had a bunch of new and prospective athletes come through our doors. When I teach new people our warm-up, the words “mobility” or “mobilization” come up repeatedly. Mobility is a term frequently used to describe one of two things: The ability for a bone to move (e.g…. Read more