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Eccentric Hamstrings, Heart Rate Variability, and Compression Garments

Catch up on all my latest content and articles to read from around the web. This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Dean Somerset, Mike Nelson, and Bret Contreras.


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6 keys to shoulder instability

6 Keys to Shoulder Instability Rehabilitation

Shoulder instability is a common injury encountered in physical therapy. But there are many different types of shoulder instability.Would you treat a high school baseball player that feels like their shoulder is loose when throwing the same as a 35 year old that fell on ice onto an outstretched arm and dislocated their shoulder? They’re both “shoulder instability,” right?There exists a wide range of symptomatic shoulder instabilities from subtle recurrent subluxations to traumatic dislocations. Nonoperative rehabilitation is commonly utilized for shoulder instability to regain previous functional activities through specific strengthening exercises, dynamic stabilization drills, neuromuscular training, proprioception drills, scapular muscle strengthening program and a gradual return to their desired activities.But to truly understand how to successfully treat shoulder instability, there are several key factors that you must consider.

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Rotator Cuff Repair Rehabilitation: How Fast Should We Go?

The latest Inner Circle webinar recording on Rotator Cuff Rehab: How Fast Should We Go? is now available.


This Week’s #AskMikeReinold Podcast

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Should We Allow Weightbearing After Meniscus Repair?

On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about our thoughts on weightbearing restrictions follow meniscus repair. While we lean towards allowing weightbearing, there are some important things you have to consider.


Latest Articles on Elite Baseball Performance

If you are interested in baseball related content, check out the latest post from EliteBaseballPerformance.com.

  • 5 Sprint Drills Designed for Baseball Players
    by Nick Esposito on October 8, 2019 at 10:00 am

    One of the common areas baseball players want to work on is speed and getting faster. With college camps and showcases right around the corner, now is a great time to work on your sprint mechanics! In this blog, I will share with you 5 sprint drills designed for baseball players. Make sure you watch the videos for a great demo and how I coach them. The post 5 Sprint Drills Designed for Baseball Players appeared first on Elite Baseball Performance.

This Week’s Social Media

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This Week’s Stuff You Should Read From Around the Web


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Eccentric Hamstring Loading for Strength, Hypertrophy, and Injury Prevention

Eccentric hamstring training is an important component for many rehab and training programs. Dean Somerset demonstrates a bunch of great ways to incorporate.

Does Heart Rate Variability Predict Acute Athletic Performance?

Nice review of some recent HRV research, and background info, by Mike Nelson. There was some recent heat about HRV and acute performance, but Mike discusses how it can still be a valuable way to monitor stress over time.

Weight Training + Functional Training = Success

Nice comment by Bret Contreras here. It’s silly to say what is best, “weight training” vs “functional training.” Both have a purpose, and realistically both are needed in most people’s programs.