This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Greg Nuckols on ThePTDC.com, Sian Smale, and Trevor Kashey on DrJohnRusin.com.
Inner Circle Updates
My Last webinar recording on “5 Recommendations to Kick Start Your PT Career” is now available to watch. In this presentation, I talk about some of the important things that any student or new physical therapist or strength coach should focus on early in their career. I’m amazed at some of the things I hear from students and see online.
This webinar will cover:
- Why you shouldn’t sell your soul to one specific “system”
- The ONE most important thing you need to work on to be effective
- How to always be learning but also gaining skill, not just knowledge
- Why you shouldn’t rush into starting a private practice
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The #AskMikeReinold Show
On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we have another baseball-related epsiode. We talk about improving shoulder internal rotation (GIRD), improving hip ROM in pitchers, and how we use dry needling in baseball players.
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Stuff You Should Read
A Simple System to Build Better Personal Training Programs for Any Client
Greg Nuckols of GregNuckols.com has an article up on ThePTDC.com talking about his method to build a better training program using daily undulating periodization:
The Bigger The Bulge The Better
Sian Smale has an article up on RaynerSmale.com talking about why a bigger herniation might be better:
The Legal & Ethical Nutrition Scope of Practice For Personal Trainers
Trevor Kashey has an article up on DrJohnRusin.com talking about what PTs can and can’t do when it comes to nutrition. I get questions about this all the time: