All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘fatigue’


Redefining “Dysfunctional”, and Finding Pieces to the Puzzle


A funny thing keeps on happening as I continue through the off-season for many of my clients: many individuals still have some sort of dysfunction present on a neuromuscular level. What I mean by this is that despite the advanced assessment process, despite auditing how someone moves, and despite controlling for as many variables as I can from an exercise […]

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Diaphragmatic Breathing: Implications in an Exercise Program and On-Field Performance


Breathing is very important to life (obviously), yet very few of the athletes and general population clients that I see understand how to do it effectively. I can probably recall one person out of twenty people that I’ve assessed who has had an adequate breathing pattern. Now, the standards for breathing are out there, and it can be quantified via […]

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