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GUEST BLOG BY ABBY GORDON: ACL INJURIES - NO LONGER A CAREER ENDER

When it comes to scientific research, anecdotal evidence is lowest on the hierarchy of resources.  As a clinician, it is vital to review higher levels of evidence, but sometimes it’s impossible to ignore what you witness.  There are numerous publications reporting higher incidence of ACL injury in females compared to males, and there are also studies that outline the outcomes to these athletes.

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GUEST BLOG BY RUSS MANALASTAS: THE RPE SCALE

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GUEST BLOG BY RUSS MANALASTAS: THE RPE SCALE

Measuring your workout intensity can sometimes be difficult depending on what activity you are doing. Whether its steady state cardio, high intensity interval training, or strength training, your effort can depend on a number of things.

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GUEST BLOG BY KAITLYN WEISS: SHOULD YOU INVEST IN THE NEXT GREAT HEALTH TECHNOLOGY?

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GUEST BLOG BY KAITLYN WEISS: SHOULD YOU INVEST IN THE NEXT GREAT HEALTH TECHNOLOGY?

When it comes to training, there is a constant barrage of new technology that’s supposed to revolutionize how we perform, recover, and stay injury-free.  Though many companies claim to do everything from calculate intensity, fatigue, speed, strength, and power, the question seems to have shifted from should I get this to how many do I need.  Before you invest your money and time into the latest technology, here are a few things to consider before you swipe your card.

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GUEST BLOG BY TIMOTHY PELOT: LEARN, ADAPT, AND OVERCOME

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GUEST BLOG BY TIMOTHY PELOT: LEARN, ADAPT, AND OVERCOME

Tim Pelot is a Senior S&C Physiologist for the US Olympic Committee. He has spent 7 years with the Olympic Committee and has worked at all 3 US Olympic Training Centers. He currently works in Southern California with the Senior National teams for Indoor Men’s Volleyball, Beach Volleyball (MN & WN), & WNS Waterpolo.

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