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Nerve pain explained!

Many physios are confused about the definitions of nerve pain, and we don’t blame you. It can be confusing! This blog is meant to clear…

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Are scapular stabilization exercises needed for subacromial pain?

A recent study sought to determine the effect of adding scapular stabilization exercises to a progressive periscapular strengthening protocol on disability, pain, muscle strength, and…

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Can MRI predict the future for low back pain patients?

A recent study sought to determine the extent to which degenerative disc changes in young low back pain patients predict progression of degenerative changes, disability,…

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Students! We need to talk about burnout

Time flies..It’s crazy to think I graduated with my DPT one year ago which means I started PT school four years ago!! Over the years,…

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Copenhagen Hip Adduction Exercise: The Science and Unique Variations

It’s common for personal trainers, strength coaches, athletes and exercises enthusiasts alike to regularly use exercises that focus on training the hip abductors (i.e., the…

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Burpees Aren’t a Bad Exercise! The Practical & Scientific Reasons Why

Many personal trainers and strength coaches argue that the Burpees exercise is bad or inherently dangerous. I’m not one of them. In this post I’m…

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Box Jumps: 6-Phase Jumping and Landing Progression

I’ve developed and use the following 6-phase box jump and landing exercise progression. That said, for coaching all exercises, I use the same process popularized…

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Push to Pull Strength Ratio: Should You Pull Double What You Press?

For the last few years now I’ve been teaching a workshop called Better Back Rows, which is all about helping fitness professionals understand how to…

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Corrective exercise: what are we correcting?

For some reason I keep receiving emails extoling the virtues of ‘corrective exercise’. Whenever I hear the term ‘corrective exercise’ the question that always pops…

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