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7 Habits of Highly Effective Rehab and Fitness Professionals

7 Habits of Highly Effective Rehab and Fitness Professionals

I’m always getting questions from young professionals (and older ones too!) about what they can do to get ahead in our profession. It’s one thing to simply want to get ahead and another to actually make daily habits designed to help you get there. It takes effort. Here are what I consider 7 of the […]

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The Power of 1%

The Power of 1%

One of the biggest differentiators between great leaders and the average ones is that the great ones keep improving. They kept evolving their systems and making it 1% better, over and over. Here are 3 ways to start improving 1% at a time.

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5 Things We Can All Learn From Derek Jeter

5 Things We Can All Learn from Derek Jeter

As we move on today as the first official day in the last 20 years that Derek Jeter is not a professional baseball player, keep these 5 principles in mind. Yankee fan or not, there are plenty of things we can all learn from Jeter’s amazing career.

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One Step Back to Take Two Steps Forward

Taking a step back to take two steps forward doesn’t have to be negative. It’s still progress. Here are a few ways I incorporate this concept into my training, rehabilitation, and even personal development.

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minimum viable exercise

The Minimum Viable Exercise

Avoid the urge to perform “maximum strength” exercises and focus on the least amount of intensity needed to achieve the desired effect. This is the minimum viable exercise. Assess and adjust along the way to maximize performance and reduce your chance for injury.

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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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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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Collaboration Between Physical Therapists and Personal Trainers

I’ll be one of the first people to admit that I truly feel that I have become a better therapist by learning from and collaborating with many great personal trainers and strength coaches. Learn how we maximize our collaboration between physical therapists and personal trainers.

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