Plantar Fasciitis…..we hear the term thrown around quite often.  According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, 2 million people suffer from plantar fasciitis every year.  According to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, females are...

By many, self myofascial therapy (foam rolling, compression therapy, mobilization, etc.) has become accepted as an important addition to training programs. With the rise in well rounded, functional training programs the desire to keep the body healthy during training h...

Traveling around the holidays frequently leads us astray from regular schedules and routines. As someone who immensely enjoys holiday traditions and spending time with family, I often (but happily) find myself at the mercy of my environment while away from home; deep i...

As a Canadian, I am all too familiar with cold, snowy winter months. Some speculate that Canadians have special powers against the cold. Be that as it may, what makes us successful is being skilled in preparation during those cold, frigid days.  

Unlike Canada, Kansas/M...

October 23, 2017

Speed or technique? I think that we can all agree that speed and technique are essential components of any athletic endeavor. We can probably also agree that in the spirit of safety, technique is more important than speed in the training environment. So why is there th...

September 28, 2017

A common misconception in training is that mobility is the most important component in self care and training.  In my opinion, mobilization and mobility techniques are important for many reasons; decreasing tension on joints, adhesion removal, increasing tissue range o...

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