Catch up on all my latest content and articles to read from around the web. This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Kyle Stapleton, Lynn Snyder-Mackler, and the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
I’ve literally been working on my latest program for almost 2 years now, but I’m THRILLED to release it to the general public TOMORROW!!! It’s my brand new Champion Performance Therapy and Training System this week. This is by far my most comprehensive program to date, essentially teaching you my entire system of assessing movement and building performance based therapy and training programs.
If you’re a rehab or fitness professional and want to become a Champion Performance Specialist (C-PS), enrollment starts tomorrow! We’ll be accepting new enrollments this week, but then will be closed for new registrations. We are only going to open the program 2 times per year!
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Latest Articles on Elite Baseball Performance
If you are interested in baseball related content, check out the latest posts from EliteBaseballPerformance.com.
- What 4 Months of Off-Season Strength Training Did for This Baseball Program by Nick Esposito on June 11, 2019 at 10:00 am
In this article, I will be breaking down the results of 8 baseball teams ranging from 13u to 18u which we had the pleasure of working with this off-season at Champion Physical Therapy and Performance. I will provide examples and how to's of several exercises as well! See how this baseball program increased power, strength, and performance while improving all their data and testing numbers! The post What 4 Months of Off-Season Strength Training Did for This Baseball Program appeared first on Elite Baseball Performance. […]
- SLAP Injuries in the Baseball Player: Classification and Subjective Evaluation by John LaRue on June 4, 2019 at 10:00 am
Superior labral tears, anterior to posterior (SLAP) tears are a common reason for anterior shoulder pain in baseball players. These types of injuries can cause significant pain in the late cocking phase. While these types of injuries can be asymptomatic in many baseball players, certain variants of lesions can be very different in that some are stable, while others are unstable. Because of the variety, these types of injuries can be very difficult to not only to play through, but diagnose and examine as a clinician. The post SLAP Injuries in the Baseball Player: Classification and Subjective Evaluation appeared first on Elite Baseball Performance. […]
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This Week’s Stuff You Should Read From Around the Web
Webinar with APTA Student Assembly on Performance Therapy
I had the pleasure of joining Kyle and the APTA Student Assembly for a webinar on performance therapy, it was a great discussion with lots of good questions! Thanks again for having me!
Does Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Improve Functional and Radiographic Outcomes Over Nonoperative Management 5 Years After Injury?
Nice article from Lynn Snyder-Mackler and colleagues. We should be careful to note that many people do well with nonoperative rehabilitation following an ACL Tear.
Is Interval Training the Magic Bullet for Fat Loss?
Great systematic review and meta-analysis from the British Journal of Sports Medicine comparing steady state cardio to HIIT. Sneak peak: HIIT provided almost 30% greater fat loss!