Become a Strength Coach, Writing Better Programs, and Your Hip Flexors Aren’t Tight

This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Ben Jacobs, Mike Robertson, and Sarah Duvall.

 

Inner Circle Updates mike reinold inner circle

My Last webinar recording on “Working with the Hypermobile Athlete” is now available to watch. In this presentation, I’m joined with my colleague at Champion, Dave Tilley, to discuss our approach to working with hypermobile athletes.  Dave works with a lot of gymnasts, so has a great perspective on the topic.

This webinar will cover:

  • How do you assess for hypermobility, rather than just flexibility or soft tissue mobility
  • How does rehabilitation differ for the hypermobile athletes
  • The role of fatigue and capacity in working with hypermobility athletics
  • How we manage the fine line between hypermobility and instability
  • Inner Circle members click here to access the webinar

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 have another baseball related show where we discuss exercises to reduce strain on the UCL, treating shoulder instability and thoracic outlet syndrome, and maintaining shoulder ER during the season.

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


So You Want to Be a Strength Coach?

Ben Jacobs writes about the hard work needed to be a strength coach, and just how hard you’ll have to push to get there.  I really enjoyed this one.

19 Ninja Tricks To Help You Write Better Training Programs

Mike Robertson has an awesome podcast on writing better programs that is a must listen.  This was a good one!

Your Hip Flexors Aren’t Tight, They’re Overworked

Sometimes we have to treat the problem and not just address the symptoms.  Dean Somerset’s guest post from Dr. Sarah Duvall delves into the psoas muscles and why more stretching may not be the answer.

 

 

 

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