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Smart programming, exercise selection, and execution can go a long way to reducing the risk of injury.
Sometimes it takes an injury to show us what we really value in life.
Hip instability is the common source of many problems and sub-par performances. Here's how you can fix it.
Consider these strategies for working around and with knee pain.
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A little knowledge may take you down the rabbit hole, but it will also take you on a better path to ultimate healing.
Lumbar spine rehab is about movement pattern correction and re-education. Sumo deadlifts are one way to achieve those results.
Eighty percent of Achilles tendon injuries occur during recreational sports. Who is at risk, and how do you cope during recovery?
An Achilles tendon injury could have been career-ending, but determination and focus led me back to competitive CrossFit.
Fix the alignment of your shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles with this corrective exercise.
The forearms and wrists allow us to perform the exercises that develop and maximize biceps, triceps, deltoid, chest, and back strength.
What do an athlete and a 65-year old with a knee replacement have in common? A lot more than you think, from my perspective working in injury and surgery rehab.
How miserable it is not to be able to go to the gym, follow your training plan, or possibly even tie your shoes. How can you get back to feeling good and back to training?
If the link between overhead movement and shoulder injury is merely a correlation, then what’s the cause at the heart of it?
Taking a page from Peyton Manning and several other colleagues here in Colorado who swear by the MAT results, I hired a practitioner to try it out myself.
Bodybuilding has been looked at as the redheaded stepchild in terms of a training modality, but in truth it can be a potent modality to complement and aid in the development of the weightlifter.
Recovery shouldn't just become important to us when we're injured. It should be part of our permanent game. If you did "rehab" on a continuous basis, what would your life and performance look like?