Gene ColemanMay 7May 70Articles, Flexibility, Mobility, Range of Motion, Stability, Top Story, Youth
Ankle Mobility By Joey Greany, Tampa Bay Rays While ankle mobility might not be on your current priority list for training, it is essential for successful, injury-free performance. From squats, to plyometrics, quick starts, fast accelerations, controlled decelerations, all-out sprints, etc., ankle mobility can...
Half-kneeling Hip Flexor Stretch By Brennan Mickelson MS, CSCS, RSCC, Seattle Mariners Players who sit a lot in class, as well as parents, coaches and umpires who sit at work and while driving can have excessive exposure to anterior pelvic tilt and tightness in the muscles that flex the hip. The hip flexors help...
VIDEO – Goblet Reverse Lunge with Slider
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Increase ROM in T-spine and Hip at Same Time
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Dynamic Warm-up By Mike Lidge – Philadelphia Phillies
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Thoracic Spine Range of Motion and Rotational Power
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Thoracic Spine Range of Motion and Rotational Power By Dan Donohue, MS, RSCC – Cincinnati Reds There are multiple factors to consider when designing programs to help athletes increase rotational power during competition. One aspect that strength and conditioning coaches emphasize is thoracic spine mobility /...
The relationship between shoulder range of motion and elbow stress in college pitchers. J Shoulder & Elbow Surgery. Ahead of Print: 1-29, 2020. Hypothesis: College pitchers with increased external rotation gain (ERG) produce increased 5 medial elbow torque (elbow stress), while those with reduced total rotational range...