Weekly podcast answering your questions about physical therapy, performance, career advice, and more. Check out the latest episodes and submit your questions below.


Welcome to the Ask Mike Reinold Show, our weekly podcast where we answer your questions about physical therapy, fitness, strength and conditioning, sports performance, baseball, business, career advice, and more.  Join myself, Lenny Macrina, Dave Tilley, Dan Pope, Mike Scaduto, Lisa Russell, Diwesh Pudyal, and others from my team at Champion Physical Therapy and Performance in Boston, MA and learn how we help people feel better, move better, and perform better.

I want you to have a candid experience with us, and feel part of the team as we sit around and talk.  To me, this is where the best learning occurs – when you just sit around and discuss.  All of our episodes are unscripted and unfiltered.

New episodes premiere each week as audio podcasts on Apple PodcastsSpotify, and more.  Search for the “Ask Mike Reinold Show” in your favorite podcast player.   Videos of the episodes also premier each week on InstagramFacebook and Youtube.

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Should Explosive Athletes Do Long Distance Running?

People really love to debate where explosive sport athletes should be long distance running. As with anything else, I rarely think there is one way to do things. Rather, somewhere in the middle is almost always best. Here’s why we work on aerobic capacity and steady state conditioning with our athletes at Champion.

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Treating Spondylolysis in Athletes

Spondy’s can be a real pain in the back… and depending on the physician and part of the country you work, you may use a back brace sometimes, and other times won’t. Here’s how we handle a pars defect fracture in different types of athletes at Champion.

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  • We really can not offer specific medical advice.  Please do not submit questions looking for specific medical advice.  Generic questions about how to deal with certain injuries or dysfunctions are fine, but please don’t submit a question looking for specific medical advice.