On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about assessing between posterior capsule and internal rotation deficits, strengthening in gymnastics and hypermobile athletes, and using unilateral exercises for core training.
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The latest Inner Circle webinar recording on How to Perform Upper Body Plyometrics is now available.
This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Jason and Lauren from Jason and Lauren Pak of Achieve Fitness Boston, John Rusin on thePTDC.com, and Scott Buxton.
On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about hanging from a bar to treat shoulder impingement and how we use blood flow restriction for performance enhancement and injury rehabilitation at Champion.
Carries do a great job of developing functional core stability by adding an offset weight to the center of rotation of the body. Often times, clients with poor core strength or control will compensate during the carry. In today’s video post, Kiefer Lammi shows how we have started to modify the carry in these individuals by adding a march.
This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Dan Pope, Lindsay Becker, and ScienceForSport.com.
On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about using banded mobility drills, manual muscle testing, and physical therapists working as strength coaches.
Ah, the sleeper stretch. Pretty popular right now, huh? Seems like a ton of people are preaching the value of the sleeper stretch and why everyone needs to use it. I don’t like the sleeper stretch and I haven’t used it for years. Here are 5 reasons why I don’t use it, and you probably shouldn’t either.
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- Assessing Posterior Capsule Tightness, Strengthening in Hypermobile Athletes, Unilateral Exercises for the Core
- How to Perform Upper Body Plyometrics
- Starting Your Fitness Journey, Effective Coaching Cues, and Degenerative Knees
- Hanging from a Bar and Blood Flow Restriction Training
- The Kettlebell March Drill for Functional Core Stability
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