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28 September 2014

To foam roll or not to foam roll? That is the question.

WOD: 11.2, 15 min AMRAP
9 Deadlifts (155/100#)
12 Push ups
15 Box jumps (24/20″)


Trigger Point Massage for Knee Pain

Knee pain is all too common these days for athletes.  Everyone is all to quick to diagnose knee pain and stiffness as tendonitis, tendonosis, or any other kind of “itis” you care to mention.   457 more words

Olympic Weightlifting

Abdominal oblique trigger points...

Todos hemos tenido dolor abdominal alguna vez en la vida: durante algún proceso patológico digestivo, “por agujetas” después de trabajo excesivo o cambios de ejercicios del complejo abdomino-lumbar o simplemente ha aparecido sin más después de un suceso emocional (vamos, que hemos somatizado el acontecimiento y se nos “ha agarrado al estómago”). 369 more words

Well-Rounded Treatment Approach Improves Recovery For Patients

Summer in Colorado is a beautiful season. Some mornings, if I get out early enough, I am able to enjoy the cool air while relishing the majestic landscape of the foothills. 932 more words

Denver-metro Physical Therapy

Mobility WOD Super Nova Review

Still foam rolling? Lacrosse balling? Toss it because this ball is the bees’ knees.

A bit of a background: I used to practice martial arts and dance way back when stretching was done on cold muscles… Forcefully. 367 more words

Product Review

Back Pain Relief - Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger Point therapy can assist back pain relief, and the method was originally developed in the 1940’s. It is a technique that involves applying pressure to a muscle area to relieve the tension as well as dysfunction in other areas of the body. 252 more words

Back Pain

Frozen Shoulder is a PAIN

Yup, having a frozen shoulder or, adhesive capsulitis is a royal pain in the arse. Being a woodturning artisan and having a broken wing of sorts is really hard. 430 more words