This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from the Charlie Weingroff and Dan John.
Inner Circle Updates
My next Inner Circle webinars on “Periodization for Strength Training and Rehab” is tonight at 8:00 PM EST. If you miss it live, don’t worry, we’ll record it. In this webinar, I’m going to discuss what I believe is a VERY important talk for both the fitness and rehab worlds. I see many fitness programs miss out due to lack of proper periodization. For the rehab crowd, this talk will immediately change how you treat your patients for the better.
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Get ready, we literally have dozens of new webinars that will be loaded up to the RehabWebinars.com website from the ASMI Sports Medicine Lectures and the 2015 ASMI Injuries in Baseball Course! Get ready as there will be a new one every 2 weeks or so.
Rehabwebinars.com has a new presentation up from Stan Conte of the Los Angeles Dodger on the Epidemiology of Shoulder Injuries in Professional Baseball. Stan has a nice summary of recent research from the MLB injury tracking system.
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FMS Thoughts From Charlie Weingroff
It’s always good to get an inside look at how an expert clinician thinks. I like how Charlie tends to do this in his writing. Here’s a great example of just some thoughts on FMS scenarios:
Can You Go?
Dan John has a new book out that I am eager to start reading, called “Can You Go? Assessments and Program Design for the Active Athlete… and Everyone Else.” Dan is not only a great strength coach but his writing style makes his expertise come across effortlessly. Looking forwarding to $8 well spent on Amazon:
Call For More PT Websites
I’m also going to take this opportunity to make an open call for more bright physical therapists to start sharing their wisdom online. We really need more great websites. I’m having a hard time finding quality content. We can do better!