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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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5 ways to bulletproof the hamstrings

Hamstring strains are one of the most common injuries in sport. Previous hamstring strain is a risk factor for future hamstring injury, so prevention is…

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Barbells And Bone Health II: Osteoporosis

Meme courtesy of Owned.com Before we begin – no this isn’t Star Wars where the installments are recorded out of order. The original Barbells and…

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Load Management in the Workplace

Load Training load has been defined as the cumulative amount of stress (physiological, psychological, or mechanical) placed on an individual from a single or multiple…

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Calf muscle rehabilitation post Achilles tendon rupture

The optimal treatment for every individual patient with an Achilles tendon rupture is still unknown. The incidence of Achilles tendon ruptures is rising and is…

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Load Management is Not About Decreasing Minutes

Written by Tim Gabbett and the team at Gabbett Performance Solutions Recently “Load Management” has emerged in the sports arena as the latest buzzwords surrounding…

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Weight Training Stunts Growth – An Evidence-Based Myth Buster

There is a widely held belief that weights training, when performed during puberty/adolescence, can stunt ones growth by damaging their growth plates. Because of this,…

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Managing Hamstring Injury in Track & Field

15 years in track and field has resulted in an unhealthy obsession with Hamstring Injuries (HSI), and unfortunately I have had plenty of experience in…

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Just Load It!

It has been quite a while since I created my “LOAD IT!!!” flowchart. The chart was just something that I slapped together one day without…

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