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Sahrmann vs. Functional Movement

Quick Thought: If I were to describe the differences in the MIS and FM systems, I would say that Sahrmann’s system is a pain-relieving system based on movement as the treatment tool. Gray and Kyle’s system is a general physical preparedness system which addresses limiting factors of both pain and non-painful dysfunction using manual therapy […]

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  • April 30, 2010

Gary Gray Methodology

Someone recently asked me what I thought about Gary Gray. Obviously I’ve never met him, but obviously the question is about the methodology. I’ve never taken any coursework, so my opinions are based on what I’ve seen and read and 3 excellent days I spent with Todd Wright in the Fall.   I have every […]

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  • April 30, 2010

Upcoming Schedule

Busy next couple of weeks for me……. May 6-8 Presenting Rehab = Training, Training = Rehab @ Equinox in Century City, CA –This is the 3-day seminar that we filmed in NYC a month ago. May 13 Taylor Swift in Newark May 15 Training=Rehab, Rehab=Training Seminar Series – Morristown, NJ 7pm Sugarland in Camden May […]

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  • April 29, 2010

ME Lower – 4.28.10

Me, Tom, Jeff Stru, Matt, Zucker Warmup: Foot MFR, Z-Drills, Frog Squat – 20kg KB Spider Bar Box Squat: 350×3 440×1 430×4 450×3 525 2×2 (high box, 2nd ~1/4″ lower) –Felt great compared to SSB 2 weeks ago.  I wanted to use the SSB, but now the Pavel squat program changes the bar every 2 […]

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  • April 28, 2010

Fiss Deadlifting

Jeff Fiss, my old friend from where I lifted when I was in Philly (Ironsport.com, one of the best gyms in the country despite terrible power racks), recently posted a DL session on Facebook and opened it up for critique. Jeff is a HWT and competes in USAPL, so his squat technique is certainly quad-dominant. […]

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  • April 27, 2010

Follow up to Labral Tears

This is the study we have heard Sahrmann reference regarding the popularity of undiagnosed hip labral tears. Again, the recent prominence of hip labral tears is more a consequence of surgeons being able to repair them via scope than any epidemiology. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11153993 Good work from my good friend and new proud father, Vincent Chen, for […]

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  • April 26, 2010

DE Upper – 4.26.10

Me, Tom, Jeff Stru, Zucker Warmup: Foot MFR, Z-Drills, Indian Clubs Bench (pinky on ring) Triples up to 185+120 bands+20 weight releasers Single with 205 for 1, help on 2nd, bagged 3rd 25 degree Incline Tricep Extension / TRX Inverted Rows (long legs) 35×10, 45×10, 55 3×5 BWx10, 40# Vest-3×10, 1×6 Assistance 3x through: Plank […]

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  • April 26, 2010

Sports Rehab to Sports Performance 2010 Teleseminar CDs

Please check out Joe’s site. You can check the link to show there is no affiliate program behind this post. https://www.sportsrehabexpert.com/public/353.cfm I will take a speak when spoken approach for my opinions on the individual interviews. My interview is available on the Interview section of this site.  It covers my interpretation of the Joint by […]

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  • April 25, 2010

ATC and success

I had a young man message me about becoming an ATC and some snipets that may have defined my success in coming up. I believe he is a young personal trainer in a big box gym. This was my response to him if I understood his questions of me correctly.   Either way, some brief […]

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  • April 25, 2010

Never Let Go

I read 3 books at a time: one for me, one for you, and one to escape us both. Sometimes it takes a long time for me to get through a book because I bounce around, but I catch up a lot when I travel, which is now as I type this somewhere over 30,000 […]

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  • April 22, 2010
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