Increased Injury Risk, Pain During Rehab, Improved Patient Outcomes

This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Dave Tilley, Dan Pope, and Lenny Macrina.

 

Inner Circle Updates mike reinold inner circle

My Last webinar recording which was a Live Q&A Session is now available to watchI always enjoy these sessions, we run through a ton of great questions!

Here are just a few of the things we discussed:

Not an Inner Circle Member yet?!?  In addition to these webinars and this month’s exclusive discount, Inner Circle members have access to years worth of webinars, an exclusive member-only forum to interact, and more!

 


The #AskMikeReinold Show ask mike reinold show

On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about stretching someone when out of alignment, strengthening the feet, and restoring chronic loss of knee extension.

To see past episodes, subscribe, and ask us a question for the show please click below:

 

 


Elite Baseball Performance elite baseball performance

If you have any interest in baseball performance, training, or rehabilitation, you are going to want to check out my new website at EliteBaseballPerformance.com.

The mission of the site is to provide cutting edge, but trustworthy, information to enhance baseball performance.  There’s too much crap on the internet right now about baseball.  I want to fix this and create an ultimate resource for every baseball player, parent, coach, rehab specialist, and strength specialist.

I’ve developed an amazing advisory board and contributors like Dr. James Andrews and Dr. Glenn Fleisig of ASMI, MLB players Josh Beckett and Craig Breslow, MLB athletic trainers Stan Conte and Ken Crenshaw, and other amazing people like Eric Cressey, Alan Jaeger, Paul Reddick, Lantz Wheeler and more.

We have a bunch of great articles, resources we recommend, and even some educational programs available already.

If you believe in our mission, please check it out, become an EBP Insider for free, and follow and share our stuff on social media!  THANK YOU for helping to spread the word:

 


This Week’s Social Media performance training and training social media

Myself and my team at Champion PT and Performance are publishing a ton of great content on social media right now that you are not going to want to miss!  We have a few series running on our social media accounts, like my #PerformanceTherapyTips and Champion’s #MovementMonday, #TechniqueTuesday, and Champion TV.  That’s right, we started our own TV show to let you behind the scenes at Champion!

We have a ton of content, so you’re going to want to follow us.  For my Performance Therapy tips and more, be sure to follow me online:

And for all the great content from #TeamChampion, be sure to follow Champion too:

 


Stuff You Should Read


Want to Train with Champion but Can’t in Person?  No Problem!

In case you missed it, we recently announced out brand new online training platform at Champion.  Wow, the responses has been awesome, we really appreciate all the people that have signed up!  If you want to learn what to do in the gym and actually start training, instead of just working out, this program is for you.  It’s a comprehensive workout training program that progresses each month.  with a great app on you phone to view, schedule, and log your workouts to track your performance.  Plus a ton of educational content.  If you’re looking to get a great training program or learn what we do at Champion by experiencing it yourself, check it out, plus we are running a special promotion that ends tonight for inaugural members for only $19.99 a month!

Does Positive Or Negative Coaching Style Increase Injury Risk In Athletes?

From European Football/American Soccer to Gymnastics, Dave Tilley looks at styles of coaching and their correlation to athletic injuries.

How Much Pain Can We Push Through During Rehabilitation?

Dan Pope writes about pain in rehab, and what levels of pain should be pushed against.

The One Change I Made That Significantly Improved My Patient’s Outcomes

Read how Lenny Macrina refocused an approach to dealing with his patients and ended up with better outcomes and better connections with them.