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Runners: 3 Great Exercises to Prevent and Treat Bunions . Nothing brings runners enjoying their blissful weekend runs or intense race training schedules to a grinding halt like big toe or hallux pain. It seems impossible to mentally tough out big toe pain and finish the race (not a wise idea) because there is no way to compensate and run without using the big toe joint (1st MTP). It is a joint we take for granted when all is working well, but runners need 50-60 degrees of motion at the big toe ...
Posted on 2017-09-11
Improve Throwing Velocity: Plyometric Training for the Shoulder.                     So you have spent the off season working hard on endless squats, lunges, and box jumps to improve leg strength for a powerful push off. And you also trained the core with tiring planks, chops, and medicine ball tosses to transfer that power efficiently, but you find that you are still just shy of reaching that ninety ...
Posted on 2017-09-01
Throwing Velocity: Transferring Power through the Trunk          We hear so much about the importance of “core strength” that it is put into almost every sports training program. However, much less often do athletes know what the “core” consists of or why it’s important. And it becomes even more confusing trying to find the “best” or most appropriate core exercises due to the sheer volume of articles dedicated to the ...
Posted on 2017-08-24
Improve Throwing Velocity: Throw With Your Hips, Not Your Arm Improving throwing velocity is the Holy Grail that all baseball pitchers seek, probably with more resolve than Indiana Jones.  Be honest, how many of you pitchers have Googled “how to improve pitching speed/velocity”? Maybe that is how you found this article. Chances are you have come across a plethora of information on the web, all with different or conflicting suggestions, or you have been told many different ways ...
Posted on 2017-07-21
The Habit of Hesitation   How many times have you taken a look at your workout clothes, running shoes, swim goggles, or exercise band for rehab exercises and had every intention of taking care of your body… …but 5 seconds later you find yourself sitting on the couch, checking Facebook, or taking another sip of coffee? If you’re human, then I guarantee this has happened to you…and maybe more times than you would like to admit. The desire to exercise is present...
Posted on 2017-07-18
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