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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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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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Choosing a Social Media Platform to Get More Clients

With many social media options available, there are factors to consider when designing your online presence to hit your target audience.

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How to Prevent Youth Sports Injuries

Learn how to prevent youth sports injuries and more in Dr. James Andrews’ new book “Any Given Monday.”

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A Foolproof Way to Learn More in 2013

What if I told you that you could add 2 weeks of time to 2013? Learn how to gain 2 extra weeks and dedicate them to professional growth.

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Exercise Selection for Rehabilitation Programs

Some important things to consider next time you are selecting exercises for rehabilitation programs.

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