This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research and BreakingMuscle.com.
Inner Circle Updates
In this month’s Inner Circle webinar, I recorded a live demonstration of how I assess scapular position and movement. I’ve had past talks on how to assess scapular position and how to treat scapular dyskinesis, however I want to put it all together with a demonstration of exactly how I perform a full scapular movement assessment and go over things I am looking for during the examination. I thought this one came out great and will be a very valuable resource for you!
To access this webinar:
- Inner Circle members click here to access the webinar
- Learn how to access this webinar and much more for under $10 in my online Inner Circle Mentorship program
Rehabwebinars.com has a new presentation up from Jeff Dugas, MD, from ASMI, discusses State of the Art: Treatment of Articular Cartilage Injury in the Active Patient. In this presentation Dr. Dugas discusses treatment of various articular cartilage defects and the current research behind these techniques. This presentation will:
- Overview clinical evaluation.
- Overview most recent research.
- Discuss treatment algorithm for selecting type of treatment.
- Discuss various treatments and their efficacy.
Please visit RehabWebinars.com to learn more about joining and accessing this webinar and more than 100 other great webinars:
Black Friday is Coming!
Just a heads up that we will be having our annual Black Friday sale starting next Monday! We’ll have at least 20% off many of my products. Get ready…
Bilateral and Unilateral Training Equally Effective
A new articles was recently published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research comparing teh back squat and rear foot elevated split squats on strength and performance. The short version is that they were both equally effective. There is a time and place for both. Read the full article for all the info, though:
10 Landmine Exercises You Should Try
The landmine is a really excellent piece of equipment that we use all the time at Champion. Here is a great review of 10 exercises you can perform using the landmine: