Biceps Tendon, Squatting, and Vitamin D
This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Jordan Syatt and Examine.com.
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RehabWebinars.com just published a new presentation The Biceps Tendon: Fact or Fiction by Lyle Cain, MD, of ASMI in Birmingham, AL. This presentation from the 2014 ASMI Injuries in Baseball Course details some information and data from ASMI. Dr. Cain discuss many of the common thoughts in the biceps tendon, it’s relation to function of the shoulder, and if you should perform a tenodesis in an athlete. This is timely as I just recently posted about a biceps tenodesis going terribly wrong in a baseball player.
Elite Performance Squatting
Jordan Syatt just released a 2-hour seminar on coaching and enhancing your squat. I enjoyed this presentation and how Jordan broke down some of the reasons your squat performance may be off and how to fix these issues. Pretty neat resource for people looking to improve their squat or want to learn how to help others.
It is on sale for $29 until the end of the day tomorrow (Feb 21, 2014).
The Truth About Vitamin D
There has been a lot of debate over Vitamin D over the last several months. It seems like this keeps coming up on social media so I thought I would share what Examine.com wrote about Vitamin D recently. Examine.com is probably one of the best go-to resources for this sort of information, so rather than google around and find opinions, here is some data: