Nov 6, 2013
Pod 43. Achilles problems, Neurology of watching sports, PEDS, hip
joint centration, risks of swaddling babies and so much more. Join
us today for this great podcast !
1. Brief Exposure to Performance-Enhancing Drugs May Be
Permanently 'Remembered' by Muscles
Brief exposure to anabolic steroids may have long
lasting, possibly permanent, performance-enhancing effects, shows
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and rate of carbohydrate oxidation during running with rearfoot and
forefoot strike patterns.
5. Neuromuscular strategies for lumbopelvic control during frontal
and sagittal plane movement challenges differ between people with
and without low back pain.
6. Achilles: How
Much Energy Does Your Achilles Tendon
tendons help you run more efficiently, but it's not clear
vo: blog post on
toe extensors, the neuromechanics behind it
8. From onlineCE.com, last weeks course
9. Hip centration principles....... principles of accessory
from a blog reader
11 Q: can metatarsalgia be caused by ITband tighness ?
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I feel a little ridiculous asking this ? considering the amount of
time I've spent reading your info but here goes: I understand the
concept of the foot tripod and it's importance for stabilization
and balance when static or during single leg with eg squats, but
when should the tripod be utilized during the normal gait
16 .From a blog reader:
Hello Gentlemen, I was wondering if you could point me in the right
direction in terms of addressing a Tailor's bunion on the 5th met.