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Implementing PRI Methods in Collegiate Hockey Performance

Possessing the ability to recover properly after heavy bouts of intense training, with respect to breathing patterns, posture and tone, has become a very hot topic worth discussing.

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Forget the Fancy Stuff: A Message to New Healthcare Professionals

A lot of folks miss the boat entirely in the fitness and rehab field when interacting with people. It doesn’t matter if it’s a client, an athlete, or a patient; human connection and interaction is the single most important aspect that cannot be overlooked.

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Hip & Core Stability Testing for the High-Level Athlete

Quality movement always sets the stage for quality performance output. If you can’t move well, more likely than not, you won’t be able to move often without hitting a wall or catching the injury-bug.

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Bridging the Educational Gap Between Rehab & Performance

Rehab and performance belong on the same page — plain and simple. It’s beyond me as to why some fitness and rehab professionals have yet to understand this integrated model of care for athletes, patients and clients alike.

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Half-Kneeling to Tall-Kneeling

Providing a stability stimulus in the tall-kneeling and half-kneeling exercise variations offers the base for core development.

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Moving with Intent: Training Weight Loss Through Movement

Movement is always the name of the game. Movement encompasses everything.

Think about it for a moment — What is the common denominator when it comes to exercise, training, rehab, performance, fitness and physical activity? Answer: movement.

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3 Ways to Improve Your Kettlebell Press

The Kettlebell Press delivers a host of training benefits once you can command the movement. To develop a good press, you must understand and appreciate each of the pieces that go into it first — that’s the key.

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Technique Fix Friday – Week 17: Pull-Ups & Chin-Ups

It’s Week 17 on Technique Fix Friday and it’s time to review the Pull-Up and Chin-Up. One tip: Stop doing “kipping” pull-ups. Your shoulders and spine will thank you later.

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