Category Archives: tennis injuries

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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Shin Splint Shenanigans!

Hey guys…quick video shin splints! Thanks for reading!Eric Beard Corrective Exercise Specialist Athletic Performance Enhancements Specialist theericbeard.blogspot.com www.ericbeard.com Share| Twitter Username: Twitter Password: This information is not stored and only one tweet will be sent
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Shin Splint Shenanigans!

Hey guys…quick video shin splints! Thanks for reading!Eric Beard Corrective Exercise Specialist Athletic Performance Enhancements Specialist theericbeard.blogspot.com www.ericbeard.com Share| Twitter Username: Twitter Password: This information is not stored and only one tweet will be sent
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Perfect Posture? Not With This Exercise!

Tell me how the smallest muscle in this picture is going to align the entire kinetic chain? Yes it is important, but come on! Give me a break! The most important exercise to improve posture is NOT for the Teres Minor. I was so excited to find this video…then after less than a minute it […]
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The Inferior Capsule Should Not Be at the Bottom of Your List

Please take 3 and 1/2 minutes to watch this short video. It talks about the posterior capsule of the shoulder, what I meant to emphasize, but did not in the video very well, is I am talking more about the inferior capsule of the shoulder. The techniques still fit.  I hope you enjoy! Thanks for […]
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