Category Archives: self myofascial release

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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Another Award Show Blog: Oscar Is Here

Geez, Was my last post during the Grammys? I guess while my wife is watching the show I get some time to blog away. The just announced the Oscar for best animated film, you know that Toy Story 3 was a slam dunk win there. I have been busy with my day to day stuff […]
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Improving Running Performance and Running Mechanics

I feel like this should be a book…but I’ll share 2 cents. Running? Lifting to run? Stretching for running? What about core? Yeah…do it all. Yamamoto et al. put together “The Effects of Resistance Training on Endurance Distance Running Performance Among Highly Trained Runners: A Systematic Review” in the Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research: […]
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Anke Mobility Issues? This Corrective Exercise Technique will Help Your Soleus

Hi guys, I was able to double the dorsiflexion on one of my clients in less than 5 minutes and they asked how they could keep that Range of Motion. One tool for her is to use this corrective exercise/self myofascial release (SMR) technique to keep her soft tissue extensible. Try 2-3 sets of 8-12 […]
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Self Myofascial Release-Sample From My Upcoming Book

Self Myofascial Release (SMR): The Key to Self Care People frequently ask me how often they should perform SMR. My question back to them is “how many times a day are they supposed to brush their teeth”? Well here in the Northeast, dentists have been telling me three times a day for as long as […]
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