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Y Balance Vs. Star Excursion Test and Static Stretching

Posted Apr 25 2013 6:00am

This week’s stuff you should read comes from Charlie Weingroff and Greg Lehman.


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Y Balance Vs. Star Excursion

Charlie Weingroff takes some time to present his thoughts on the differences and benefits of both the Y Balance and Star Excursion tests.  Good work Charlie, this is a good article discussing the two.


Static Stretching isn’t Evil

Greg Lehman discusses the use of static stretching and why he doesn’t feel that stretching is evil if used well.  Stretching has been getting pummeled lately, so good to hear some thoughts on this from Greg.




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