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1-Minute Upper Body Maintenance Program and Gripping

Posted Feb 28 2013 6:00am

This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Chris Johnson and Science Direct.


Inner Circle and Update

My February Inner Circle webinar recording on 5 Tips on Preventing Little League Injuries is now available. Use information like this to help educate the youth athletes, parents, and coaches and help reduce the 3.5 million youth sports injuries per year!

Next month’s webinar will be on strategies to enhance balance of the upper and lower trapezius. Upper trap dominance is a pretty common finding that really causes a boatload of shoulder, neck, and upper back issues. I don’t have a date yet but will work on one and announce soon.

Click here to learn more about becoming an Inner Circle member. posted a talk from Dr. Lyle Cain at ASMI in Birmingham, AL. Dr. Cain discusses PCL Injuries, with info on the history, basic science, biomechanics, and treatment options for PCL injuries. Click here to view the PCL Injuries webinar.


1-Minute Upper Body Maintenance Program

Chris Johnson has a nice video of a quick maintenance program for the upper body. I was actually recently thinking of putting together a similar video, good timing! This is exactly what I was going to put together, but I like it.


Gripping with Left Hand Will Stop Choking in Sports

Science Direct has an article that reveals gripping with your left hand will help prevent chokes in sports! This is kind of off topic but, I was too interested to not post this. We don’t truly understand the brain…


Thanks to All that Voted for Me!

Mike Reinold Best Blog

Thanks to everyone that went out and voted for me in the Therapydia PT Blog Awards. The results are in and…

I won! Thanks again for all the support. As promised, I will hold a free webinar for everyone! Let me think about what I may want to talk about. Feel free to comment on this post with suggestions.

Congrats to all the nominees and winners, I highly encourage everyone to check out ALL of these amazing websites, all of which I read frequently!




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