Monthly Archives: January 2014

3 Strategies to Maximize Recovery

3 Strategies to Maximize Recovery

Today’s “Throwback Thursday” post covers three powerful strategies to maximize recovery. Interestingly, I wrote another post on this exact topic recently that almost identically mirrors my thought process from 2009. In other words, over 4 years after this post was written, what I view as three of the most powerful recovery strategies has not changed… Read more

Sports Performance Random Thoughts

Sports Performance Random Thoughts

Although I often feel like I’m rambling, these “random thoughts” posts have become among the more popular on my site. Today’s post covers a few of my thoughts on wide range of topics from injury prevention to long-term athletic development, and includes some new research updates. If you find one (or all) of these points… Read more

2014 Continuing Education Seminars

2014 Continuing Education Seminars

Over the last week, I’ve laid out the majority of my continuing education ventures for the year. Below is a list of what I’ve committed to up to this point. Hope to see some of you at these seminars! January 24-26 (Freehold, NJ): Myopain Seminars’ Manual Trigger Point Therapy: Top 50 February 8-9 (Pitman, NJ… Read more

2014 Sports Rehab to Sports Performance Teleseminar

2014 Sports Rehab to Sports Performance Teleseminar

It’s that time of year again! My friend Joe Heiler from┬áSports Rehab Expert puts together a yearly teleseminar series with some of the world’s top professionals in sports rehabilitation and performance training known as the Sports Rehab to Sports Performance Teleseminar. As I’ve mentioned to you in the past, this quickly became one of my… Read more