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As becoming a pro athlete becomes more and more glamorized in today’s culture there is a rising number of injuries in developing athletes. This is due to many factors but mostly, the increasing number of young athletes specializing in a sport way too early on in life. When this happens they do not develop broad athletic abilities and they are constantly ...

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If you have a child that participates in some type of sport or activity then you have probably thought about ways that you can ensure they stay healthy and injury free at some point in time. We are here to give you a few quick things you can observe and ask your child to assess their risk for injury. Below is the full video of this week’s TTWS where ...

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There are 14 different muscles that attach to the shoulder blade that can play into the mechanics of how that shoulder blades moves. In addition to this the way your body is moving as a whole can affect the way your shoulder moves. Therefore, there are many different places that your pain could be coming from and it may not necessarily be from a ...

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The Overhead Press

This article will help you understand the mechanics behind a barbell overhead press, give you cues to perform the movement correctly, and provide you with a few drills to help prime your body for this moderately advanced movement.

The overhead press is a movement that can be incorporated into many different types ...

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When there is pain or stiffness at the knee it is rarely because there is an issue directly at the knee; there a few exceptions to this theory like an ACL tear or meniscal tear. However when these injuries occur it is more of sharp pain that you can trace back to a specific incident. The knee’s main plane of movement is flexion and extension with ...

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