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Assess Don’t Assume

The assessment process may be the most important thing you can do. Without it, we are just guessing. Assess, don’t assume.

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Poor scapular position

Is Resting Scapular Position Important?

Based on our current understanding of scapular posture, it is hard to place a lot of emphasis on static posture as it does not appear to be reliable, valid, correlate to injury, or correlate to poor movement patterns.

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Diagnostic Accuracy of Clinical Tests of the Hip [Video Demos]

This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Michael Reiman and the British Journal of Sports Medicine.

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The Most Important Aspect of Any Program

What is the most important aspect of any program? Individualization. Learn how to individualize your rehab and fitness programs.

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tight hamstring anterior pelvic tilt

Can Tight Hip Flexors Cause Tight Hamstrings?

Sometime having tight hip flexors and an anterior pelvic tilt can limit your ability to touch your toes just as much tight hamstrings.

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GIRD Mike Reinold

What You Need to Know About GIRD: What It Is and What it Isn’t

Glenohumeral internal rotation deficit, or GIRD, continues to be one of the most polarizing topics in baseball sports medicine. Here is everything you need to know to truly understand GIRD, including a new definition designed to clear up confusion.

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baseball offseason training

How to Get the Most Out of the Start of Your Baseball Offseason Training

Offseason training programs in baseball are now standard. However, I think there is another golden opportunity that many players do not take advantage of at the start of the offseason. Think of it as setting the foundation to prepare your body to get the most out of your offseason training. Set yourself apart by starting your offseason on the right path.

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dale carnegie approach to assessments

The Dale Carnegie Approach to Assessments

You are making a big mistake if you are not applying the Dale Carnegie approach to your assessments.

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