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When you look for continuing education, look to your failure

I get asked often, “What courses should I take?” Well… “What’d you fail at?” It puts things into a much more logical and much more sensible perspective. I chose to take this TPI Golf course that I talk about in this video because I was training a lot of golfers. I didn’t necessarily think I […]

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  • June 11, 2020

Art of Coaching Podcast with Brett Bartholomew

– “What’s your monetary value?”​ – “Are you worth more than you are being paid?” ​ – “Is it bad to be a sellout?” ​ ​ I was a guest on the Art of Coaching Podcast with Brett Bartholomew.​ ⁣​ We also cover:⁣​ ⁣​ – What to do if you’re not satisfied with what you’re […]

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  • June 4, 2020

More on Machines, the ACL, and Watermelons

Consider this a continuation of the last video that I set out discussing an interesting perspective on the use of machines, and obviously, like I always do, I leave things out and people interpret it how they want. I’m not at all interested in using machines to get stronger, more endurance, etc. Those are all […]

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  • June 1, 2020

Machines ARE useful

I want to talk about a series of tweets from a couple weeks ago that got a lot of engagement and commentary from what I initiated. Never before have I considered using methods and exercises that 7-10 years ago, I would have demonized. — Charlie Weingroff (@CWagon75) May 17, 2020 My message here isn’t going […]

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  • May 28, 2020

Review of Erson Religioso’s Clinical Neurodynamics Webinar Series

I’d like to do a review of a webinar that I have seen and studied through MedBridge. I am a paid customer of MedBridge for continuing education for physical therapy. I was approached by MedBridge to be part of their affiliate program, whereas the code that we can provide “WeingroffPT” can provide significant discounts for […]

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  • May 11, 2020
Recent webinar I saw on MedBridge Education

Recent Webinar I saw on MedBridge Education

The last two years I have been a paid member of an online education site called MedBridge. I started to bookmark everything I wanted to see as I’ll watch something when I have time (more-so over the last little while I’ve had more time to dig through all the different series and topics that they […]

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  • May 6, 2020

Physical Therapy and Fitness during these difficult times

I was really flattered. I saw earlier today that there was a testimonial about T=R: Kettlebells. I think it’s worth noting that even if you are certified in some other version of kettlebell instruction, T=R: Kettlebells can still give you a very good opportunity to improve what you’re doing with your own training or with […]

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  • April 30, 2020