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What I Have Been Up To Lately by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training As the summer continues to fly past us, I wanted to update everyone with what I been doing lately.  You may have noticed that I am writing a little less here.  I’v ... Read on »
Laxity Does Not Mean Instability by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training Several years ago, when Eric Cressey and I released Optimal Shoulder Performance , I discussed the Beighton Laxity Scale and how I use it to determine the amount o ... Read on »
Foot and Ankle Rehab, High Impact Training, and Strength Research by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Chris Beardsley, Bret Contreras, Michael Wooden, and Men’s Health.   Inner Circle Updates My latest webina ... Read on »
The Keys to Tommy John Rehabilitation by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training The latest Inner Circle webinar recording on the Keys to Tommy John Rehabilitation is now available. The Keys to Tommy John Rehabilitation This month’s Inn ... Read on »
Base of Support and Core Stability by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training I work with with a lot of youth athletes, especially baseball players.  I am often amazed at how some of our younger athletes have such poor movement skills.  Many ... Read on »
The Funny Things Our Patients Say by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training Today’s guest post comes from frequent contributor Trevor Winnegge.  Trevor shares a great, and fun, article on some of the funny things our patients and clients s ... Read on »
Developing Athleticism by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Eric Cressey and David Epstein.   Inner Circle Updates My latest webinar on How to Assess Scapular Positio ... Read on »
Assessing Scapular Position by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training The latest Inner Circle webinar recording on the Assessing Scapular Position is now available. Assessing Scapular Position This month’s Inner Circle webina ... Read on »
Developing Trunk Power and More Info on Tommy John Injuries by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Rafael Escamilla, Glenn Fleisig, James Andrews, and I.   Inner Circle Updates My latest webinar on How to ... Read on »
A New Exercise for Shoulder, Scapula, and Core Control by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training Today’s post in a guest post from my friend Tad Sayce, who is a strength coach in the Boston area that specializes in swimmers.  Tad shares a great exercise video ... Read on »
How Does Laxity Influence Program Design? by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training Today’s article is a guest post from Sam Sturgis regarding the influence of joint laxity on program design.  This is an important concept to understand when indivi ... Read on »
Assessing Shoulder and Scapular Dynamic Mobility by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training A thorough assessment of the shoulder must look at the posture and dynamic mobility of both the shoulder and scapula.  More importantly, we need to assess the inte ... Read on »
Enhancing Overhead Shoulder Mobility by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training Overhead shoulder mobility is one of the things that a large majority of people could all improve on if addressed appropriately.  This seems to be limited in a ver ... Read on »
Functional Stability Training for the Upper Body by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training My latest educational program with Eric Cressey, Functional Stability Training for the Upper Body, is now available!   FST for the Upper Body is the third prog ... Read on »
The Science Behind Joint Mobilizations by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from George Davies, Eric Cressey, and I.   Inner Circle Updates This month’s exclusive product discount for Inn ... Read on »
Ask Me Anything This Week by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training You’d never guess how many emails from people asking questions that I receive on a daily basis.  I tend to respond to 99% of them (sorry if you were the 1%…).  T ... Read on »
Elite Training and What You Need to Know About Pain by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Joe Brence, John Ware, and the APTA.   Inner Circle Updates This month’s exclusive product discount for In ... Read on »
Yoga Stability Push Up by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training I’ve recently been playing around with a variation of the yoga push up on an unstable surface.  The yoga push up exercise integrates a push up with a plus with the ... Read on »
Pelvic Tilt, Developing Athleticism, and Functional Strength Coach by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Michael Boyle and Jim Ronai.   Inner Circle Updates My last live Inner Circle webinar on Corrective Strate ... Read on »
5 Reasons Why There Are So Many MLB Tommy John Injuries by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Endurance Training The baseball season is only a few weeks old and we’ve already seen an impressive amount of MLB pitchers need Tommy John surgery.  This pace could lead to a record ... Read on »