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Congratulations, athletes… now that you’ve hit month 7, you’re officially embarking on the second half of your ACL recovery journey! Perhaps it doesn’t feel like it warrants much congratulation; for some, it can be more daunting than anything. After all, you’ve been working so hard for so long, yet you’ve still only just gotten past that halfway mark. And trust us, we know — it can be a lot to think about how much left there is to go. It may be frust...
Posted on 2021-04-21
Lots of training mantras emphasize the necessity of hard work and consistently setting time aside to train, practice, lift, and so on…  And that’s certainly true, to an extent. Deliberate and effortful practice is imperative for improving performance, regardless of the activity of choice — but it’s not the only facet to well-rounded training, either. What tends to happen is that factors beyond the physical labor of training tend to get pushed to the sideline. Aspe...
Posted on 2021-04-07
When you hear the word “biomechanics,” what’s the first thing you think of? ...Not the easiest question to answer, huh? Perhaps it’s not something everyone can answer immediately, but it’s certainly something people have asked lots about. And rightfully so — the world of biomechanics is vast and complex, and there’s plenty to explore when it comes to truly understanding what it is and how it plays a role in our day-to-day lives. That’s actually ...
Posted on 2021-03-31
Okay, ACL warriors: it’s time to learn about all the thrills of your 6th month of rehab! The first chunk of your recovery timeline has no doubt been grueling to work through, pushing you for countless hours of physical therapy and strength sessions. We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again — you’ve been putting loads of hard work into your recovery, and the results are finally beginning to pay off. So much so that it’s about time to put your efforts to t...
Posted on 2021-03-04
If you’ve ever looked for guidance on running form, chances are, you’ve probably heard of a little something called overstriding. It’s one of the most common and notorious running issues out there… yet very few runners fully understand what it is and what it means for their running gait. Countless magazines and blogs discuss the evils of overstriding, often using diagrams of stick figures with large, red icons to emphasize what not to do. It’is certainly an effect...
Posted on 2021-02-25
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