This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Mike Robertson, Greg Schaible, and Eric Cressey.
Inner Circle Updates
My Last webinar recording on “How Rehab Differs Between Traumatic and Atraumatic Shoulder Instability” is now available to watch. In this presentation, I highlight the major differences in the evaluation and treatment process.
This webinar will cover:
- The difference between traumatic and atraumatic shoulder instability
- The import factors to consider that will change your rehab progression
- Should you immobilize or not?
- The primary focus for rehab for each type of instability
To access the webinar:
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Rehabwebinars.com has a new presentation up from Lenny Macrina on Rehabilitation Following Rotator Cuff Repair Surgery.
In this presentation, Leonard discusses his philosophy and current research on post surgical rehabilitation of the shoulder. This presentation will:
- Overview biomechanics of the shoulder.
- Discuss clinical presentation and differential diagnosis.
- Discuss keys to treatment.
- Review research on rotator cuff repair and rehabilitation.
- Discuss rehabilitation component during each phase of recovery.
Please visit RehabWebinars.com to learn more about joining and accessing this webinar and more than 100 other great webinars:
The #AskMikeReinold Show
On this week’s episode of The #AskMikeReinold show we talk about a proper warm up for pitchers, using the empty can test, and the batter’s shoulder.
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Periodization for the Everyday Athlete
Mike Robertson has an article up on robertsontrainingsystems.com talking about periodization for average level athletes:
Top 5 Youth Athlete Strength Training Considerations
Greg Schaible has an article up on www.thebarbellphysio.com talking about youth strength training:
Strength and Conditioning Programs: Methods vs. Applications
Loved this article from Eric Cressey about fixing the program, not blaming the method: