Recent research supports the use of early weightbearing and range of motion after meniscus repair surgery. However, outdated rehabilitation protocols often recommend limiting both despite evidence stating the opposite.
This week's Stuff You Should Read comes from Brandon Roberts, Molly Galbraith, and Ryan DeBell.
On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we celebrate the 50th episode with a surprise guest, then discuss certifications for new grads, shoulder biomechanics, and how we deal with chronic pain
This week's Stuff You Should Read comes from Pat Rigsby, Ryan DeBell, and Katherine Roberts. 3 Hour Swing, Areas Not to Roll Out, Yoga for Baseball
Wow, can you believe that 2016 has flown by so fast! For those that are new to the website, or may have missed some of my articles, I love to wrap up the year with an article featuring the best posts of the year. Here are the most popular articles, podcast episodes, and Inner Circle webinars of the year!
The latest Inner Circle webinar recording of last week’s live Q&A session is now available to watch
This week's Stuff You Should Read comes from Dan Pope, Scott Buxton, and Dean Somerset.
On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about our recommended shoulder continuing education courses, how to write programs for athletes, and our thoughts on the dead hang position from a bar.
At the end of each year, I love to reflect back on the year. One of the things I do each year is look back at what I have learned and what I am doing differently. This is something I recommend everyone also perform. If you can’t think of anything you are doing different, you aren’t growing. This year, I want to share a little bit about what I am doing differently, but more importantly, I decided to ask a bunch of my friends in the fitness and rehab industries the same question. Notice the underlying themes below. Plus, notice how many of the people you look up to and would consider “experts” have done so much growing this year. If they are always pushing to learn and grow, you should be too.
On this Baseball related episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about how we return athletes to pitching following surgery, proper arm care programs, and some pitching mechanical flaws that may lead to injury.
Over the last several years, sitting has really been crushed by the health and fitness crowds, as well as the mainstream media. Sorry to say, but sitting isn’t really bad for you and shouldn’t be the focus. In this article I talk about why sitting takes the blame, what is really bad for us, and 3 steps to combat sitting all day.
This week's Stuff You Should Read comes from Erson Religioso, Dr. Michael Mash, and Pat Rigsby. Prone Press ups, Deadlifts, Fitness Entrepreneur Handbook