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“When will I be able to get back to squatting?” “When will I finally be able to get back into deadlifting?” “I’ve been trying to get back into CrossFit for…
We all know the moment. A client who has been progressing well shows up for your session. You spot it immediately, their body language is a bit off. Is that a limp? You know what there going to say before they even say it…..
Internships and clinical experiences can come in a broad array of packages — some great, some decent, and some just downright ugly. Students and interns are often placed in tough and unfamiliar situations.
“Take things as they are. Punch when you need to punch. Kick when you need to kick” – Bruce Lee What is your primary professional language? Where does your comfort…
Last month we discussed the principles of periodization, how it may (or may not) be useful, and when it can be utilized within our reconditioning process. This previous discussion lays…
Slow jogging or as the literature often refers to it “slogging” (Ugh, it’s even just terrible to say- “Slogging) is underwhelmingly un-athletic. It’s often lazy and lumbering. It’s lukewarm. Sport is dynamic.
Periodization principles can provide a tremendous overarching framework for reconditioning and rehabilitation that hold the coach, clinician, and athlete accountable to progressive change over time while minimizing the risk of doing too much too soon.
Answering these 5 questions often casts a wide enough net to wrangle up most of the loitering elephants.
As with all activities, there is likely a time, place, and method that each and every one of our clients could benefit from performing some variation of deadlifting. The intent of this discussion is to dive into some of the most common deadlifting Do’s and Don’ts!
Problems come in levels. They come with knowns and unknowns. Predictability and uncertainty. Certainly, not all are created equal. The decision to have chicken or salmon for dinner carries less…