Catch up on all my latest content and articles to read from around the web. This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Jonathan Goodman and Lou Schuler, Mike Scaduto, and ScienceDaily.
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While recent research is showing similar results between physical therapy and surgery for a meniscus tear, there are still certain patients that would benefit from surgery. Not every patient, or meniscus tear, is the same. Here’s what we know about who will respond best from surgery, or physical therapy after a meniscus tear.
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The latest Inner Circle webinar recording on 5 Keys to Returning to Sport After a Knee Surgery is now available.
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When it comes to your adductors, or groin muscles, stretching is one of the most common go-to interventions to keep you from straining or pulling your groin. Stretching is one of the tools we use, but how do we strengthen your groin and adductor muscles? This article will breakdown additional ways to help you strengthen and keep your adductors healthy. The post 5 Ways to Strengthen Your Adductors appeared first on Elite Baseball Performance. […]
“Batter’s shoulder,” or posterior shoulder instability, is experienced with repetitive posterior shoulder stress which occurs specifically with baseball batting. Often, swinging and missing as well as reaching for an outside pitch can cause this posterior trauma. The article explains the mechanism behind the injury, the normal guide of treating the pathology, and putting shoulder instability of baseball player’s in perspective. The post The Other Type of Shoulder Instability: Batter’s Shoulder appeared first on Elite Baseball Performance. […]
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This Week’s Stuff You Should Read From Around the Web
The Best Books for Personal Trainers
The PTDC has a great new list of Best Books for Personal Trainers. There are a ton of gems on here, for all rehab and fitness professionals! Who’s getting a new book to start reading???
4 Quick Drills to Improve Your Downswing Sequence
Nice article talking from Mike Scaduto about the mechanics of the golf swing and some drills to improve proper sequencing. This is critical in most sports.
Exercise is More Critical than Diet to Maintain Weight Loss
Super interesting new research out on maintaining weight loss. We all know that yes exercise is super important when trying to shed weight, but diet is king, right? Well, new research is showing that once you do lose the weight, exercise is the key to maintaining that loss.