This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from the NY Times and James Cerbie.
Inner Circle Updates
Have you heard that I recently re-launched my Inner Circle??? It’s going to be getting better this year! I’ve already added a forum so we can interact more, ask me questions, and discuss with other members. I’m going to be including more presentations as we build out our systems at Champion PT and Performance.
My latest Inner Circle webinars on “How to Prepare for and Perform a Throwing Program” is now available. If you missed it live, check out the recording:
My next live webinar will be on Thursday March 19th at 8:00 PM EST. This month I’ll be discussing how to perform foam rolling and self-myofascial release. Sure, you can just hop on a foam roller and roll around, but I think there is a better way to get even more out of self-myofascial release techniques. Here is my system for performing self-myofascial release using things like foam rollers, massage sticks, and trigger point balls.
- Inner Circle members click here to access the Inner Circle Dashboard to sign up for the webinar
- Click here to learn how to access this webinar, all my past webinars, and interact with me more in my online Inner Circle Mentorship
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!
Rehabwebinars.com has a new presentation up from George Davies on the Scientific and Clinical Rationale Behind Shoulder Plyometrics. As always, George delivers a great presentation with research and immediate clinical application.
Please visit RehabWebinars.com to learn more about joining and accessing this webinar and more than 100 other great webinars:
The Impact of Exercise and Sedentary Lifestyles in Twins
The New York Times had a great article discussing new research in twins showing the difference in the bodies and brains of identical twins with one exercising and the other having a sedentary lifestyle. The role of exercise in almost every aspect of our function is undeniable.
The Bear Crawl
Strength coach James Cerbie discusses a great exercise in detail, the bear crawl.