Recovery strategies have become a popular topic, as athletes are always looking for a competitive edge. Trying to expedite the recovery process generally has one of two major aims: Alleviating the soreness/fatigue of training or competition to return back to a high level of performance Facilitate a faster healing process following injury While there are… Read more
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This seems to be the theme in the introductions of my writing this year, but the last few months have been a whirlwind. As we were wrapping up another busy Summer, I left for two weeks to work at the pre-season camp for USA Hockey’s Women’s National Team, came home Sunday night, then we had… 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
The other day I got a question on Twitter from someone asking about stretching routines because they can’t fall asleep at night after games. I’ve written quite a bit about stretching and stretching routines in the past, so I’d refer you to the below articles if you’re interested in reading on the topic and/or just… Read more