Category Archives: fascia

Barefoot Training Part-3

Hi guys, I hope you had a chance to read parts 1 and 2 of this series; http://ericbeard.com/2011/07/05/perform-better-show-review-barefoot-training-mark-verstegen-part-1/ http://ericbeard.com/2011/07/29/barefoot-training-part-2/ If not dive in anyway! I am continuing on with the topic of barefoot training. I am in the middle of sharing my experience sand will dive into the anatomical adaptations that take place when transitioning […]
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Barefoot Training Part-2

Friday Night Blog Post? Why not? I started this on the plane the other day… I have been on the road a ton lately. Just this last week I have made two trips to Arizona and one to Denver. They were all good, productive trips. I had some very productive meetings at NASM corporate in […]
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Plantar Fasciitis Treatment or Corrective Exercise? Does it "Feel Better" or is it "Getting" Better?

There is so much information out there for patients, clients and athletes to access and probably even more for practitioners serving them. It easy easy to be critical of most of it since in most cases, practitioners are honestly trying to help others, except for those trying to make a quick buck! I received and […]
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