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Stability, the glorious foundation for all athletic (and life) activity.

Date: September 5, 2015 Author: James Categories: Latest

  When it comes to physical performance, whether in the gym, on the field, or in life, a hierarchy of athletic traits informs our ability. Our goal in movement should always be to move beautifully. It is quality first, not speed, or strength or distance that is the goal. Strength will stem from quality, as will...

A Preventative View to Managing Run Injuries

Date: June 14, 2015 Author: James Categories: Latest

  Running is a great way to exercise, It’s accessible to pretty much anyone, anywhere in the world and in any climate. It’s inexpensive and can be a great way to socialise as well. While these are all nice things, no one enjoys the onset of those nagging aches and pains that all too often seem to come with the...

Myofascial Tissue Releasing

Date: March 1, 2015 Author: James Categories: Latest

Today we are going to talk a little bit about myofascial tissue releasing. Tissue release techniques are everywhere! From active release techniques, to lacrosse ball “tissue mashing” (I’m looking at you crossfitters!) to the ubiquitous rollers that are found in gyms and basements across this fair land, it...

Compression for a swollen joint at home!

Date: November 30, 2014 Author: James Categories: Latest

  "Athletes get injuries". This has been my mantra for quite some time when a runner or a basketball player or a performance artist or ANYONE who is incurring musculoskeletal problems resulting from a physical activity pattern. It's a line meant to console, to say to the "victim of performance" sitting in front of...

Posture affects confidence?

Date: November 5, 2014 Author: James Categories: Latest

  How important is posture? Very important I've always maintained! Posture is a critical consideration in maintaining musculoskeletal health. It's also foundational to athletic success. We can't run, cut, throw or push without solid and stable posture from which to move.  I've also always insisted that posture is...

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