Stuff You Should Read

The Deficit Deadlift, Shoulder Mobility, and Bionic Leg

This week’s stuff you should read comes from Eric Cressey, Adam Vogel, and AlterG.

 

Congratulations to the Winners of the free IASTM Tools!

I just wanted to say thanks to everyone that purchased my new online educational program teaching you IASTM technique.  Congrats on the 6 people that won the EDGE and Hawk Grip IASTM tools during the promotion.  If you missed out, don’t worry, the program has several options of IASTM tools for as low as $5.  Click here to learn IASTM.

 

Inner Circle and RehabWebinars.com Updates

My last webinar on Breathing Pattern Disorders was recorded earlier this week, I’ll get it loaded up on the site ASAP sometime next week for those that missed it.

RehabWebinars.com has two new webinar from orthopedic surgeon Dr. Jeff Dugas from ASMI in Birmingham, AL:

 

The Deficit Deadlift

Eric Cressey shares a video discuss his thoughts on the deficit deadlift and why he thinks it may be an exercise we should just avoid.

The Deficit Deadlift

 

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4 Ways to Improve Shoulder Mobility

Adam Vogel talks about several ways to improve shoulder mobility that you may not have thought about.

 

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AlterG Bionic Leg

AlterG, the company behind the amazing anti-gravity treadmill, has a new product called the bionic leg.  Gizmodo shares a video of the new device that may revolutionize the way we rehabilitate some leg injuries.  I like seeing technological advances like this.

 

 

 

 

1 reply
  1. John Knox
    John Knox says:

    Hi Mike:

    Thanks so much for your article about our revolutionary AlterG Bionic Leg. We are so incredibly happy to be able to help so many people and the success stories are our favorite part of our job. I am sure you can relate. We would sure love it if you would like to us in your article on this page – http://Mikereinold.com/2013/08/deficit-deadlift-shoulder-mobility-bionic-leg.html.

    Thanks so much for your help!
    John Knox
    AlterG
    http://www.AlterG.com

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