This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Anoop Balachandran and Brad Schoenfeld, the British Journal of Sports Medicine, and Sergei Ostojic at Frontiers in Physiology.
Inner Circle Updates
My Last webinar recording on “How to Perform Upper Body Plyometrics” is now available to watch. In this presentation, I demonstrate the different types of plyometric exercises you can perform for the upper body and show some of my favorite progressions.
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- The different types of plyometric exercises you can perform for the upper body
- Ways to use different medicine balls and exercise tubing for different goals
- The keys to choosing the best exercise for your goal
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The #AskMikeReinold Show
On this week’s episode of The #AskMikeReinold show we talk about what set rep schemes we use in rehabilitation, SI joint dysfunction, and should you be a specialist or generalist?
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This Week’s Social Media
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Stuff You Should Read
Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise & Nutrition: Common Misconceptions and Criticisms
Anoop Balachandran and Brad Schoenfeld have an article up on ExerciseBiology.com talking about integrating EBP. They do a great job outlining the need, and limitations, of EBP.
The Warwick Agreement on femoroacetabular impingement syndrome (FAI syndrome): an international consensus statement
The British Journal of Sports Medicine has an article overviewing the consensus statement on FAI. It’s free to access and something everyone should read. 22 experts came together to develop an consensus on the evaluation and treatment of FAI. I feel like we are still learning so much about FAI, it’s great to hear what the leaders in this field are doing.
- The Warwick Agreement on femoroacetabular impingement syndrome (FAI syndrome): an international consensus statement
Post-Exercise Recovery: Fundamental and Interventional Physiology
Frontiers in Physiology has an article edited by Sergei Ostojic up on FrontiersIn.Org talking about the advances in post-exercise recovery. This is an area I have been focusing on more lately. The PDF of the article is free to download.