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Tag Archives: mobility

PA Radio – Episode 176: Dana Santas

 Breathing Life Into Performance Where to begin with this week’s guest, Dana Santas is the Mobility Maker [@mobilitymaker]?! As a former corporate world exec, Santas has […]

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Coach Needs a Coach: Dynamic Functional Mobility

“…the brain is like a muscle. When we think well, we feel good. Understanding is a kind of ecstasy.” Where do you go if you face […]

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PA Radio – Episode 114: Lauren Polivka & Zach Anderson

  movement that looks good usually is good.  This week we are excited to chat with Lauren Polivka and Zach Anderson.  These two hail from Atlanta, […]

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Power Athlete Radio – Episode 97 Brent Brookbush

“Most injuries do not occur in the sagital plane.” This week we welcome Brent Brookbush of the Brookbush Institute of Human Movement Sciences.  We kick off […]

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Attacking Limiting Factors: Trunk Rotation

One concept of sports that is taken for granted is the amount of trunk rotation and movement that is a piece of nearly every position of […]

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Power Athlete Radio – Episode 65 with Kelly Starrett

In light of the busy weekend and travel schedule of the crew for the 2014 CrossFit Games, we are going to repost a classic episode of […]

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Power Ankle

Standard anatomical textbook approach to our body’s joints is to identify the action; flexion, extension and rotation; and the muscle groups that control these actions.  Following […]

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Power Athlete Radio – Episode 49

Power Athlete Nation, you are in for a special treat this week. The Physio Detective himself, Antony Lo, joins the team to discuss his unique approach […]

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Make Like a Phone and Go Mobile

We’ve all been there.  Someone walks into your gym, you put them through a basic assessment looking for biomechanical feedback that can potentially tell you something […]

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