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Why Lacking Shoulder Rotation Mobility Makes You Miss Lifts (Olympic Lifting Paradox Part 2)

Those involved in training barbell movements know that there are many reasons behind why someone misses a lift. From mobility, to technical faults, to strength or fatigue factors, the list goes on. From my point of view as a medical provider…
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Comparing Weight Bearing Wrist Mobility to Ankle Mobility

It's become widely known that weight bearing ankle mobility is part of developing a full ranged, properly executed squat. Many people understand the common compensations that can develop such as limited depth, the knees rolling in, or lower…
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Treating Gymnasts with "Chronic Hip Flexor Strains" - From Clinic To Practice #6b

Last week in Part 1 of this article, I went over the background and current research concepts for a lot of gymnasts I have been treating with micro instability based hip injuries. This week I wanted to talk about one more contributive factor, and…