As I’ve said in the past, this is my favorite time of year. For the 7th consecutive year, my friend Joe Heiler from Sports Rehab Expert is putting together an awesome teleseminar series with some of the world’s top professionals in sports rehabilitation and performance training known as the 2015 Sports Rehab to Sports Performance Teleseminar…. Read more
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Today’s Thursday Throwback takes us back to 2010, when a controversial article questioning the benefits of “core stability” training was published. The post discusses what core stability really means, and the most effective progression we’ve found to not only minimize injury risk, but also to improve performance in athletic settings. We still use variations of the… Read more
Today’s Thursday Throwback features an important article that I originally wrote back in 2010. The concept of Michael Boyle and Gray Cook’s “Joint by Joint Approach” discussed below is the single most effective way to communicate to clients/athletes how a limitation at one joint or segment can influence function or pain in a different area… Read more
As I’ve dug further down the rabbit hole of the coursework offered by the Postural Restoration Institute, I’ve gained a better appreciation for the totality of their message. I think of “corrective exercise” through their lens less about correcting posture and more about: Providing a sensory-rich environment for the individual to feel positions that he/she… Read more
Today’s Thursday Throwback touches on a concept that I think about a lot. Since I wrote this in 2010, I’ve worked closely with several medical and rehabilitation professionals, and it’s always interesting to view the situation through their eyes. Strength coaches often scoff at doctor’s when they say things like “squatting is bad for your… Read more