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The Truth About Soreness

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Articles / Muscle gain / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Strength and performance / 28 March, 2019

Here’s what you need to know… Getting really sore after lifting weights doesn’t necessarily mean that you had a good workout that wi…

THE MAIN PURPOSE OF CLIENT ASSESSMENT: EXERCISE SELECTION

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Articles / Miscellaneous / Muscle gain / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Strength and performance / 07 March, 2019

When it comes to client assessment: conducting various physical tests to have a better idea of a client’s strengths, weaknesses, compensatory mechanis…

A Rehab Case Study: Gluteal Tendinopathy Part 1

By Mai-Linh Dovan

/ Articles / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / 07 August, 2018

Gluteal tendinopathy is a relatively new term. Lateral hip pain over the greater trochanter has typically been termed trochanteric bursitis. I came ac…

Oscillatory Training

By Steffan Jones

/ Articles / Miscellaneous / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Strength and performance / 31 July, 2018

Introduction I have experimented with a number of training methods over the years, as a player and now as a specialist fast bowling prep coach. Some o…

CrossFit : The top 3 most efficient exercises to include in your off-season – Part 2

By Karim El Hlimi

/ Articles / Crossfit / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Strength and performance / 26 June, 2018

In this article series, I will present the most efficient exercises I use in the early preparation phase of CrossFitters. Basically, if you didn’t rea…

Two Helpful Deadlift Variations You Are Not Doing

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Articles / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Strength and performance / 31 May, 2018

Increasing your big lifts (bench, deadlift, squat, military press, clean, snatch, etc.) is a matter of three things: Perfecting technique: Improper me…

3 Phases for Retraining Overhead Movement

By Mai-Linh Dovan

/ Articles / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / 29 May, 2018

Shoulder dysfunction is commonplace in training, particularly for overhead movement. While the structural diagnosis may vary: tendonitis, bursitis, su…

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When to Push and When to Back Off – Simple Stuff That’s Often Overlooked

By Jason Brown

/ Crossfit / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / 05 April, 2018

For the past 24 weeks, I’ve been monitoring my HRV (heart rate variability) via Joel Jamieson’s Bioforce HRV. If you’ve ever conside…

The Benefits of Low-Load Workouts

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Neurotyping / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Strength and performance / 29 March, 2018

Programs based on traditional bodybuilding methodology tend to be “square”, meaning that all the workouts are of fairly equal stress level…

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What’s Your WHY? Mobility for the Neurotype

By Mai-Linh Dovan

/ Neurotyping / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Strength and performance / 27 March, 2018

Mobility. mo·bil·i·ty. mōˈbilədē. It’s a hot topic of late. It’s also a topic of debate: “Increase your mobility, but not too much. Too much mob…

Three Exercises to Fix Your Shoulders and Lift Heavier

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / 13 March, 2018

 I love pressing heavy. Or at least I loved pressing heavy, because for the past 7 years or so my capacity to bench press or military press heavy weig…

Movement Optimization – The Power of Regression

By Mai-Linh Dovan

/ Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / 08 February, 2018

Movement Optimization is a popular term in the functional training era, and with good reason. To optimize is to “make the best of most effective use o…