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Tag Archives: movement

Rehab to Performance: Movement

I can remember back to watching the original Rocky movie with my dad when I was just a young, chubby grade schooler, and being engrossed by […]

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Reflections of a Johnnie Football Space Monkey: Part 3

Life has a funny way of throwing you curve balls when you least expect them. When these come our way, we usually have 2 options. The […]

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Unf*ck Your Breathing: The Mechanics

“In my class today, we were discussing avoiding the Valsalva maneuver when lifting and cueing clients to breathe out on the hard parts of the lift […]

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Reflections of a Johnnie Football Space Monkey: Part 2

If you’re not on a journey and are just sitting stagnant, you better take a hard look in the mirror. There needs to be some sort […]

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Quality Coaching Trumps All

We like to use the analogy that our athletes are like machines, turning their engine on and their minds off during training. That couldn’t be further […]

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Rehab to Performance: What’s Missing?

In the world of athletics, rates of injury and re-injury continue to climb, despite the best efforts of well-intentioned rehabilitation professionals practicing evidence based medicine; the […]

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Stretching is Overrated: Quick Hits

Remember when the ole’ ball coach had your team doing ten-count static stretches before each competition? It was a bold strategy, we’re still waiting to see […]

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Tendinopathy: Isotonics Rehab Part 2

Now that you’ve learned some background information on tendons, their function, and how they heal covered in Isotonics Rehab Part 1, we can get to the […]

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Pain: This Shit is Complicated

Did you know that the US healthcare system spends approximately two billion dollars a year on the management of pain due to sport-related injuries alone? Beyond […]

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Unlocking Stress: The Double Edge Sword

We’ve all been there: the alarm clock goes off, you start to roll out of bed but your body feels like it has been hit by […]

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PA Radio – Episode 182: Dana Santas

Do Not Meditate While Driving She’s BACK! It’s time for round two with this movement specialist who appreciates the concept of sports specificity. Find out how […]

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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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4 Magic Movements to Fix Your Squat

There is a wrong way to squat. And you’re probably doing it wrong. Determining right vs. wrong requires context. If your goal is to squat as […]

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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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Power Athlete Radio – Episode 85 Antony Lo, The Physio Detective

Antony the “Physio Detective” Lo joins us for this weeks episode of PA Radio.  The group discusses new ways to assess movement, limiting factors, and how […]

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