The Overhead Athlete, How Often Should You Strength Train, and Train Clients With Low Back Pain

Catch up on all my latest content and articles to read from around the web. This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Mike Reinold, Tony Gentilcore, and Dr. Ellie Somers.

 


My Latest Article

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A 3-Step Plan to Deal with Burnout as a Physical Therapist

Burnout as a physical therapist is very common, but it isn’t your fault. Getting past it has to become your mission. The only way to fix our situation is to change it ourselves with the support of others. Remember, burnout is not the end, burnout is the beginning. What comes after it is what will ultimately define you. It can be the first step in going from average to amazing. Here’s a 3-step plan that I used to get started.


My Latest Inner Circle Update

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5 Keys to Returning to Sport After a Knee Surgery

The latest Inner Circle webinar recording on 5 Keys to Returning to Sport After a Knee Surgery is now available.


This Week’s #AskMikeReinold Podcast

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The Difference Between Inseason and Offseason Training

On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about the difference between training during the inseason and the offseason for athletes.


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. […]


This Week’s Social Media

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


 

The Overhead Athlete

I did an interview on the Alinea Life podcast to discuss the overhead athlete that you should check out.

How Often Should You Strength Train

Not sure how often you should be hitting the weights? Tony Gentilcore has some tips on how frequently you should be strength training.

Train Clients With Low Back Pain

Have a client with lower back pain? Dr. Ellie Somers explains the best way to help them train.

 

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