The High Performance Handbook and Nike Free Impact Forces
This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Eric Cressey and Runner’s World.
Inner Circle and RehabWebinars.com Updates
My next webinar will be on “Why Corrective Exercises Do Not Always Work and What to Do About It.” This webinar will be Tuesday October 29th at 10:00 AM EST but will be recording it to view later if you can not attend live.
- Inner Circle members can access the recorded webinar in the Inner Circle Dashboard.
- Learn how you can access this webinar and ALL my past webinars for only $5!
RehabWebinars.com has a bunch of awesome new webinars coming up over the next few months. The new webinars are going to really detail several surgical techniques with video demonstrations and information on postopertative rehabilitation. I have seen the first few and they are outstanding quality. The first one is up this week on surgery for posterior shoulder instability from Lyle Cain and Kevin Wilk.
My Huge ShoulderSeminar.com Sale
My huge sale on ShoulderSeminar.com is now going on!!! This is always a popular sale and I have emails ALL YEAR asking me about it, well now is the time. The sale lasts through the end of October but act now to get all of the below. Click here to learn more.
I WILL LIMIT ENROLLMENT so do not delay!
- $150 off
- New module on Manual Therapy for the Shoulder
- 1-month FREE access to RehabWebinars.com
High Performance Handbook
Eric Cressey has released his follow up to his Show and Go training program, called The High Performance Handbook. I was able to see the program ahead of time and was really impressed. Not only is it a quality Cressey-style program, but it has a lot of components that will allow you to individualize the program based on your specific needs. This is a greta program for all, but something that the rehab group can use as a transitional rehab to athletic performance program. The program is on sale until the end of the day on Saturday.
Impact Forces Greater in Nike Free
Minimalists shoes are not for everyone. Runner’s World recently discussed a research study that examined the Nike Free shoe and noted that impact forces were higher while running in the shoe. I don’t know about you, but I have seen many minimalist shoe injuries, so this report doesn’t completely surprise me. As with anything, shoe wear should be individualized.