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Quad vs Glute Strengthening for Patellofemoral Pain

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Quad vs Glute Strengthening for Patellofemoral Pain

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Should you Stretch a Muscle Strain?

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Do Weak Glutes Really Cause Low Back Pain?

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To Ice or Not To Ice An Injury

Fascia Has 3 Functions:
1. Acts Like Tendons By Transmitting Forces2. Fascia Produces Tension To Resist Force…

What Is Fascia And Can You Really Stretch It?

As a society, we’ve been ingrained to believe that this technique is good and that technique is bad. Honestly, it’s our fault. Putting up posts with “good” vs “bad” on them and click bait titles may get you short term likes and reinforce that this is what people want to see but is it really helping them to understand? And can we even say with certainty that one technique is better than another?

What is Correct Technique?

You genuinely want to be maximising your workouts and giving yourself the best chance to succeed. You also don’t want to waste time by doing anything redundant. Here are what I, and many experts in the industry, believe the 3 Pillars of Training to be.

The 3 Pillars of Training

A simplified review of the latest research and what to do about your shoulder injury.
With so much evidence out there, it’s hard to know who or what to believe. For this reason, I’ve consolidated the most important points for you in this post to help navigate the minefield of information on shoulder pain and what you should really be doing about it.

SUFFERING WITH SHOULDER PAIN? Should you scan? Inject? Exercise? Opt for surgery?

Part 2: Hip Stability
Navigating stability can be tricky, particularly when it comes to assessments. While stability is characteristically a subjective measure, we need to be able to somewhat objectively identify instability. Note that with any stability measure, there should always be elements of objective (quantitative) and subjective (qualitative) data available. Both need to be considered.

3 Things You Must Check When Assessing Low Back Pain (Part 2/3)

“If you aren’t assessing, you’re guessing”.
Instagram.. muddles quality information with pseudoscience. This makes understanding what to assess, address and change in our programming confusing, especially when it pertains to pain.

3 Things You Must Check When Assessing Low Back Pain (Part 1/3)

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