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We Are going Down Hill as a Society Can Corrective Exercise Save Us?

This is pretty much how things are going. Feel free to believe in creationism or evolution, that is not my place to decide for you. However, I don’t think anyone will debate the fact that we are becoming more sedentary as we become more attached to our technology (as I type from my lap top…) […]

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Corrective Exercise for the Little League Dad and Elbow Pain

A friend of my just asked my about a pain that he was experiencing in int medial portion of his dominant (right) elbow. He is a bright guy and thought that maybe doing some coach pitch little league was flaring the elbow up. He deduced that he was not following through with is regular arm […]

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A Correcitve Exercise Specialist’s View of Achillies Tendonitis

Can Corrective Exercise prevent Achilles Tendinitis? How do you think I would answer this:) About.com says “Sometimes the tendons become inflamed for a variety of reasons, and the action of pulling the muscle becomes irritating. If the normal smooth gliding motion of your tendon is impaired, the tendon will become inflamed and movement will become […]

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Corrective Exercise Specialist Case Study- Ankle Impairment

Hope you had a great weekend! I enjoyed my Sunday with my family at home and had a blast teaching a Corrective Exercise Specialist workshop for the National Academy of Sports Medicine in Boston this Friday 5/15 and Saturday 5/16. I enjoyed working with this group. Attendees traveled from more than 5 states to attend […]

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Corrective Exercise Specialist Case Study- Ankle Impairment

Hope you had a great weekend! I enjoyed my Sunday with my family at home and had a blast teaching a Corrective Exercise Specialist workshop for the National Academy of Sports Medicine in Boston this Friday 5/15 and Saturday 5/16. I enjoyed working with this group. Attendees traveled from more than 5 states to attend […]

Posted in Eric Beard, injury prevention, injury rehabilitation, nasm live workshop, overhead squat assessment | 1 Comment