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- The 3 Foundations to Your Nutrition: Macronutrients by Nick Esposito on August 13, 2019 at 10:00 am
This blog will cover the macronutrients and the foundations needed to understand how carbs, proteins, and fats affect the body. It will provide a brief explanation of how each of the macronutrients is digested. Also, each macronutrient will include healthy foods that can be implemented into your diet. The post The 3 Foundations to Your Nutrition: Macronutrients appeared first on Elite Baseball Performance.
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This Week’s Stuff You Should Read From Around the Web
Preventing ACL Tears In Gymnastics and Combating Overuse Injuries
Dave Tilley recently interviewed Lenny Macrina on his Shift Podcast and discussed preventing ACL tears and combating overuse injuries. Great and informative episode!
22 Overrated Fitness Beliefs (and What Really Matters)
There are a ton of overrated fitness beliefs that can be found on social media. Nice article by Philip Stefanov from Thinking Lifter does a great job showing us that it’s almost always better to keep things simple.
Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair: MRI Arthrogram Assessment of Tendon Healing
I really liked the conclusion of this study from the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery. We know that many rotator cuff patients will have tearing again down the road, but it’s not often consistent with their subjective and objective outcomes. This study suggest ASES score of <80 at the 6m mark may be a good gauge to determine long term success.