Category Archives: injury prevention

I Was Wr, Wr, Wr Wrong About Wes Welker and I am Glad!

When Wes Welker went down with ACL and MCL tears in his left knee on the first offensive play for the New England Patriots during the last regular season game of 2009 against the Houston Texans in Houston, I thought for sure his explosiveness was gone. Wes had played with so much spring and explosion. […]
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FLY This-Eric Beard Shows a Cool Variation for Core Stability plus Another Fitness Challenge

I love exercises that integrate the lumbo-pelvic hip complex stabilizers with the movers of the extremities. Kneeling, standing, lunging plus any variety of movement the options are limitless. They can help with athletic performance enhancement, metabolic training and corrective exercise. This is one of my favorites. I hope you enjoy! I shot this at NASM […]
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Corrective Exercise and Core Stabilization to Decrease Hamstring Tension

I am in Virgina (right on the DC line) to teach an NASM CPT Workshop the next two days with my good friend and fellow Corrective Exercise Specialist, Tony Ambler-Wright. Tony is working on a REALLY cool super-secret project that I can not write about! DOH! Anyway…he handed me a research study that he heard […]
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I’ll Take Runner’s Knee (Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome) Instead of Corrective Exercise Please

Runner’s knee is not about pain in the knee from running. It’s estimated that up to 70 percent of runners experience an overuse injury each year and about half of those injuries occur in the knee. Preventing runner’s knee is about the alignment and function of the entire body or kinetic chain. Ever heard the […]
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Talking About; Personal Training, Corrective Exercise and Successfully Changing Lives in Atlanta!

At home with the Mrs. with the kids in bed. We had an awesome Sunday together. Thank goodness the warm weather is here! I was away on the road again early in the weekend. I uploaded this picture of a sculpture I saw in the airport in Atlanta that reminded me of my kids and […]
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