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Injury risk adds up quicker than you think

May 13, 2019

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For any deadlift session, what’s the chance you blow your back out? – Something hard to know is the injury risk of any given exercise. Even harder is knowing the injury risk of a given exercise for a given person. The most well known injured area is the lower back. One of the most well […]

60 seconds or less: Crunches

April 29, 2019

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This is part of the Real Talk With Client Series. Click here for the rules. Go here to see other topics. Should I do crunches? No. You can go into the rabbit hole of, are crunches dangerous for the lower back how much compression crunches put on the spinal discs just because you work your […]

Timing of ACL surgery- is waiting beneficial?

August 7, 2015

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This started as a comment exchange from my post on mistakes ACL patients make. “Hey Brian, I’m a few weeks from ACL reconstruction. Everyone’s told me the PT is the most important part of the recovery back to active sports (basketball for me), and I plan on following your manual and the physical therapist’s protocol […]

Don’t assume your muscles need work (Kinetic Control Part 4)

April 8, 2015

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Other parts for my notes on Kinetic Control: The Management of Uncontrolled Movement can be found here. – I mentioned I have few hang ups with this book. I also mentioned one of the things I enjoyed about it was the lack of anatomy referenced. While this is true for most of the book, there are […]