The Rolling Pattern, Sprint Intervals, and the Nocebo Effect
This week’s stuff you should read comes from Perry Nickelston, Body in Mind, and Science Daily
Inner Circle, RehabWebinars.com, and ShoulderSeminars.com Update
My next Inner Circle webinar will be Monday October 29th at 10:00 AM EST. I will be discussing how I use kettlebells for shoulder rehabilitation. Technically, this is good for all upper quadrant rehab. I won’t be discussing how the traditional kettlebell exercises like swings, get ups, and carries are good for your shoulder (which they are), but rather I will be discussing how I use kettlebells as a tool for specific shoulder rehab. Going to be a good one. Inner Circle members can register at the Inner Circle dashboard. If you are not a member, click here to learn more about my Inner Circle.
Awesome! The huge sale I am running on ShoulderSeminar.com for the month of October was so popular that it totally crashed the server that this website and all the other AdvancedCEU websites run on! Great work everyone! While I HATE every second that this website was down over the last week or two, at least they have upgraded to a better server and we won’t see anymore issues (so they say…).
So, if you want to join in on the best educational program for the shoulder on the internet, don’t delay. The huge sale for $150 off with free access to RehabWebinars.com runs until the end of October. Learn more about ShoulderSeminar.com here. It is an awesome program that has received fantastic reviews. Plus, you can earn 20+ CEUs from home. Win-win situation in my mind!
RehabWebinars.com added part 3 of Kevin Wilk’s webinars on ACL rehabilitation. These webinars from Kevin are just pure gold. These alone are worth the cost of the subscription. Kevin has one more webinar on ACL rehab coming soon to complete the 4-part series, then we have a great ACL surgical presentation from Dr. Jeff Dugas in Birmingham to top it off!
This is a great study, showing that 5 repetitions of 30 second sprint intervals on a bike resulted in 200 extra calories burnt per day! Not bad for 2 1/2 minutes of work! I don’t think I’d want to live in that lab during the testing, though… But seriously, good study showing that interval training results in more calories burnt over the course of a day.
Breaking Down the Rolling Pattern
Perry Nickelston shares with us a nice video demo breaking down the rolling patterns. Great video:
Flavia Di Pietro from Body in Mind discusses a recent workshop on placebo analgesia. This is interesting stuff to me. She notes that neuroimaging studies have shown that we create a nocebo response faster than a placebo response. Interesting, we need to figure out how best to harness the power of nocebo and placebo analgesia.