This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from the Chris Beardsley and Mike Robertson, but also has a ton of updates!
Inner Circle Updates
My next Inner Circle webinars on “How to Improve Overhead Shoulder Mobility” is tonight at 8:00 PM EST. If you miss it live, don’t worry, we’ll record it. In this webinar, I’m going to discuss why we need overhead mobility, the 4 reasons we lose motion, how to assess, what manual therapy I perform, and how to perform mobility drills and corrective exercises
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Champion Performance Therapy and Training Seminar in Boston
Since opening Champion PT and Performance early last year, we’ve been flooded with requests to start offering educational events to teach how we are building our systems at Champion. We’ll be hosting the first annual Champion Performance Therapy and Training Seminar in Boston on June 6th. Early bird registration ends next week, so be sure to sign up ASAP to save $50. I wouldn’t be surprised if this sells out. Click below to learn about all the highlights, including our social event after the seminar!
Get ready, we literally have dozens of new webinars that will be loaded up to the RehabWebinars.com website from the ASMI Sports Medicine Lectures and the 2015 ASMI Injuries in Baseball Course! Get ready as there will be a new one every 2 weeks or so.
Rehabwebinars.com has a new presentation up from Stan Conte of the Los Angeles Dodger on the Epidemiology of Shoulder Injuries in Professional Baseball. Stan has a nice summary of recent research from the MLB injury tracking system.
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Foam Rolling and Self Myofascial Release Research
Chris Beardsley, of Strength and Conditioning Research, overviews a insanely detailed summary of the available evidence behind self myofascial release. There are over 100 studies included in the review, and if you know Chris, there is essentially no stone left unturned. Impressive resource.
No More Pulled Hamstrings
Mike Robertson discusses how to prevent hamstring strains, reviewing the steps he takes to reduce injury in his athletes. Mike offers some great advice, as always.