One of the great parts of my job is I’ve now had an opportunity to work with the same players during the off-season for years. A few years ago, I started doing more “performance” testing as part of our intake, as well as the end of the Summer. This not only allows me to better… Read more
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Last weekend I had an opportunity to go to the NHL draft, which was an awesome experience. Anthony DeAngelo, who I’ve worked with for the last several off-seasons ended up being drafted 19th overall by the Tampa Bay Lightening. Ant has worked exceptionally hard over the Summer as long as I’ve known him and is… Read more
The preceding two articles discussed the various limitations to range of motion, and the 8 key factors influencing sport performance, respectively. If you missed them, you can check them out here: Understanding Range of Motion: More is not better Dissecting Performance Limitations Today’s article will build on these by presenting a few simple strategies to… Read more
The last article touched on the various limitations to range of motion (ROM) and presented the idea that it’s not always desirable to improve ROM. If you missed that post, you can check it out here: Understanding Range of Motion: More is not better Today I want to expand on that concept by taking a… Read more
I spent the weekend in Phoenix, AZ at a PRI Vision course and spending some time with Neil Rampe, Charlie Weingroff, Doug(las) Kechijian, and a couple guys from the Diamondbacks staff. I still have a lot to digest and will spend some time studying the course materials over the next few weeks to see what… Read more