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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…

Movement for Low Back Pain

By Mai-Linh Dovan

/ Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Videos / 16 November, 2018

If you are working with clients that have low back pain, movement is a key component of their rehab. Just get them moving. In this capsule, Mai discus…

3 Phases for Retraining the Shoulder

By Mai-Linh Dovan

/ Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Videos / 26 October, 2018

Whether you have a client who has had a shoulder injury or just has less than optimal shoulder movement, you’ll find you sometimes have to re-train sh…

Never “Stretch” Before Training

By Mai-Linh Dovan

/ Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Videos / 01 October, 2018

The objective of a workout prep is to get you into an optimal state for the upcoming training session. If soft tissue limitations exist, they should b…

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…

PERFECT ISN’T ALWAYS NECESSARY

By Mai-Linh Dovan

/ Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Strength and performance / Videos / 04 July, 2018

As coaches we are technicians who seek perfect movement. Perfect technique, perfect positioning, perfect execution… but perfect isn’t always nec…

The Seated Sumo Deadlift

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Muscle gain / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Strength and performance / Training / Videos / 28 June, 2018

The Seated Sumo Deadlift can be attributed to Louie Simmons. It can be used when the weakness on the deadlift is coming off the floor, or if there is …

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…

The “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it” Shop

By Mai-Linh Dovan

/ Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / 22 June, 2018

No one wants to be the “If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It Shop”. As trainers, we are corrective by nature. We like things to be technically perfect. The…

Mistakes I Made: Skipping structural balance work

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Strength and performance / Videos / 15 June, 2018

Except for a select group of individuals, very few people like to do the minor, structural balance work. Working the small muscles that do not have an…