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ACL rehab month 5, and a temporary change in direction

May 23, 2012

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Month 5 marked me running forward for the first time. This went pretty well. I was able to go a bit faster than a jog, but anything faster than that and my knee let me know it wasn’t ready. I had no issues after running. No flare ups, no lasting pain, etc. It’s just while […]

Thoughts on hamstring curls

May 21, 2012

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Because I recently had ACL surgery and used a hamstring as my graft, strengthening the hamstrings is something that has been on my mind lately. Just a quick primer: The hamstrings perform two main movements, hip extension and knee flexion. Hip extension involves bringing the leg backwards, like while walking. Knee flexion consists of bringing […]

Curing Tennis Elbow: How to finally get rid of your nagging elbow pain

May 17, 2012

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 Curing Tennis Elbow Get rid of your nagging elbow pain. No shots, no pills. Learn the proper way to move your arm, the right exercises, and be out of pain in 8 weeks or less. Imagine being able to lift your coffee mug, pick up your purse or suitcase, all without that sharp pain on […]

What causes tennis elbow? And Curing Tennis Elbow: How to finally get rid of your nagging elbow pain

May 17, 2012

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The following is from my book Curing Tennis Elbow: How to finally get rid of your nagging elbow pain. (To get the book click here:  .) What is tennis elbow, what are the symptoms, and how do you know if you have it This is covered ad nauseam on the internet, and if you’re reading this […]