Posts in "Rehab/Prehab"

Solving the Shin Splint Shit Show

Few things are more annoying than a nagging (sports) injury. Okay, I can think of some: A piece of popcorn lodged between your teeth during a three hour long movie and no floss in sight. Flat Earthers. Poodles. Talking about feelings. Outside of those things, having (and trying to train around) a nagging injury is… Read more

All About Recovery

I always like to say the progress you make in the gym are the direct result of how well you allow yourself to recover. As counterintuitive as it sounds you break muscle down in the gym, and it’s the time away from deadlifts, squats, and daily WODs that your body recovers and bounces back stronger… Read more

How the Endurance Athlete Can Appease a Shoulder That Hates Them

I’m still playing a little catch-up on my end from a weekend of Fitness Summit shenanigans in Kansas City. I promise I’ll have some content ready to share tomorrow into the rest of the week (you miss me, right?), but in the meantime I’ve got an excellent guest post from Israeli Strength and Conditioning coach… Read more

Sleep and Training: The Ultimate Balancing Act

Whenever a client or athlete grows frustrated from their lack of progress in the gym it can almost always be attributed to sleep…or lack thereof. I often say the best “supplement” you can invest in isn’t protein powder, pre-work energy drinks, or something like Acai Boost, but rather… …a solid night’s sleep. Today’s guest post… Read more

Neck Pain and Headaches: The Link and How To Find Relief

Whenever one of my clients or athletes walks in and starts to say something to the effect of “hey, my neck is really bothering me…..” ….I immediately put my fingers in my ears and start yelling “lalalalalala, I can’t hear you.” Okay, kidding. Neck stuff can be tricky if not terrifying, and I know my… Read more

Bicep Tendonitis? When In Doubt Check These 5 Muscles Out

Today’s guest post by Dr. Michael Infantino of RehabRenegade.com covers an often glossed over culprit of shoulder pain….the bicep tendon. It can be an annoying area to treat/work around and when not addressed can derail anyone’s training for a long time. However, an injury with the bicep tendon isn’t always as tumultuous as it may… Read more

My Top Shoulder Training Tips Part II

If you missed Part I of Dr. Licameli’s guest post, you can check it out HERE. Now, you could read today’s post and get the gist of what was said yesterday, but you run the risk of missing out on some nitty-gritty details. Kinda like watching Blade Runner 2049. You could watch it without watching… Read more

What Your Doctor Never Told You About Arthritis

Today’s guest post comes courtesy of physical therapist Dr. Michael Infantino, and covers a topic every human in the history of ever has had to deal with. It’s good. You should read it. Enjoy. What Your Doctor Never Told You About Arthritis Physician: “Welcome. Thanks for coming in for your appointment this morning. It says… Read more