Recovery in full force with Sydney before her upcoming boxing match!💪
Sydney came all the way from ILLINOIS to focus on her recovery here at Bloch! Training is important, but proper recovery time is important too.
Some treatments she's had during her recovery week: 👉 Massage 👉 HBOT 👉 Soft tissue therapy 👉 Chiropractic Care 👉 Cryosauna 👉 Deep tissue therapy 👉 Percussion
TCM centres its philosophy of wellness around balance between two dual forces in nature. Yin - vs - Yang.
⚫️YIN energy represents rest, rejuvenation, recovery, stillness and darkness .
⚪️YANG energy represents action, building, creation, movement and brightness
☯️Todays society is very YANG based. We all get caught up in the hustle and bustle of deadlines, busy work weeks, rushed meals and late nights. This can lead us to imbalance and feeling burnt out. .
Take a moment to check in with yourself. Have you been living a very YANG routine lately? Taking on to much? Are you in need of a little YIN restoration? .
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Here are a few more ideas for building robust shoulders, using a landmine press. If you don’t have access to a landmine accessory, placing the barbell in the corner of a wall does the trick. The landmine setup is very versatile and can be used for a multitude of movements. These are a few of my favorite ones that target the shoulder.
1.) Cross body - Using the arm that’s closest to the landmine, perform a diagonal pattern going from your opposite pocket, then up to towards the sky (leading with your elbow) finishing in a straight arm position.
2.) Cross body (straight arm) - same pattern as number 1, however keeping your arm straight the whole time will increase the difficulty. Moving your hand lower in the bar will make it harder, and moving it farther up will make it easier.
3.) Shoulder punch for power - Power has both a force and speed component to it, so the idea with this one is to explode through the motion fast while maintaining controlled form.
4.) Half kneel press - Even in this position, you can emphasize power (going for speed), but in this video I demonstrated slow and controlled. This serves as a good abdominal stability exercise as well.
5.) Landmine row - the overhand grip and rowing motion will target the back of the shoulder as well as the scapular musculature that connects to the spine.
Add these to your general strength routine to give your body some new movements to work with!
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DR. LEE SCHOFIELD
– Sport & Exercise Medicine Physician
Specializing in both #SportsMedicine and #FamilyMedicine with #Obstetricswith a special interest in fitness and injuries during pregnancy, Dr. Lee Schofield has a wide range of notches on his belt, including being the Chief Medical Officer for the Canadian delegation traveling to the 2014 youth #Olympics Games in Nanjing, China. Also working with University team #athletes regularly at the UofT David Macintosh sports clinic and teaches at the University of Toronto in the department of Family & Community medicine.
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Keep working on your stability!
Want consistency in your swing? Create a stable lower half! This exercise couples lower body stability with back strengthening. A strong back will help keep you injury free and a stable lower half will make your swing more consistent!
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Lokale Perfusionstherapie mittels pneumatischem Tourniquet
Durch Anbringen der Aderpresse (Tourniquet) und der Injektion des entsprechenden Wirkstoffes direkt in die lokale Gefäßversorgung kann die Heilung bestimmter Strukturen (vor allem Knochen- u. Sehnengewebe) massiv gefördert werden. Mit Hilfe des Abbindesystems kann der Blutfluss gestaut oder vollständig unterbrochen werden. Während dieser Zeit kann sich das Therapeutikum gezielt am gewünschten Wirkungsort innerhalb des gestauten Bereiches ausbreiten !!
Meet Erich Steinmetz, MS ATC LMT.
Erich recently joined the team at Northwest Spine and Sport!
He has been practicing massage therapy since 2000 and has extensive experience in clinical, orthopedic, rehabilitation and sports/performance based massage. He has a BS in Athletic Training from Oregon State University and a MS in Sports Medicine from University of Western States. He has further broadened his knowledge base and skill set by becoming certified in the use of the Fascial Abrasion Technique Tool, Rocktape and Corrective Exercise.
Erich was an instructor for University of Western States Massage Therapy Program, where he taught Kinesiology and Treatment Based Massage, and helped revise the Sports & Rehabilitation Massage course. He has also developed and taught continuing education for UWS and has supervised massage students at sports massage outreach events.
Erich has been fortunate enough to work several marque events such as the Prefontaine Classic and the USA Track and Field Olympic Trials in 2012 and 2016, having worked on a number of world champion and Olympic medalist athletes. He has also worked in China with several track and field athletes, enabling them to perform well in the 2018 Asian Games.
Erich hopes to continue his involvement in world class sports medicine during 2019, 2020 and 2021. Erich has been selected to serve as a member of the sports medicine team for the 2019 Pan Am Maccabi games. .
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Did you know that you have small muscles attached to your skull that can be tight and causing you headaches? 🤯
No need to suffer! @laurn_don8 knows - dry needling is an excellent solution for chronic migraine headaches. 💆🏻♀️
🤸🏻♂️TRX Pikes help you build a strong core by challenging your balance and stability, along with engaging your abdominal muscles.
🏋🏻♂️ Use this exercise to build up strength for more advanced exercises (like handstands) or simply incorporate it into your workout for a fun core exercise.
Este artículo es de suma importancia para todos los atletas adolescentes y los entrenadores de escalada, ya que ultimamente hemos visto como este deporte ha aumentdao su popularidad, y cada vez más jóvenes estan entrenando y compitiendo a un alto nivel. La fracturas de las placas de crecimiento se han visto en otros deportes, pero no se habian visto en los dedos de las manos. Hay que recordar que si estas fracturas no son tratadas a tiempo pueden causar daño permanente de los dedos, con una limitación en los movimientos. Es importante que los entrenadores tomen en cuenta qué tipo de entrenamiento le están haciendo a los atletas jóvenes, incluyendo tipos de agarre (mejor romos que regletas), no utilizar el campus en menores de edad (si quieren usarlo, hacerlo con el apoyo de los pies), reducir el número de horas y de bloques para los adolescentes en las competencias, y estar concientes de que esta lesión existe, para poder aconsejar a sus atletas de cuando buscar evaluación médica.
Here’s a list of exercises I may prescribe for a person who complains of shoulder pain. I am sure I am missing a few, but my point is to illustrate that “shoulder pain” is a symptom, not a diagnosis, and that I find the SPECIFIC exercise a patient needs based on what is causing his/her pain. Patients almost always get just one exercise at a time. -seated cervical retraction
-seated cervical retraction-extension
-seated cervical retraction-extension-rotation
-seated cervical extension
-seated cervical flexion
-seated cervical protrusion
-seated cervical lateral flexion toward
-seated cervical lateral flexion away
-seated cervical rotation toward
-seated cervical rotation away
[all of the above also in supine]
[all of the above also sustained]
-seated thoracic extension
-seated thoracic lateral flexion toward
-seated thoracic lateral flexion away
-seated thoracic rotation toward
-seated thoracic rotation away
-seated thoracic flexion
-prone cervical retraction
-prone cervical extension
-prone thoracic extension
-supine thoracic extension over a fulcrum
[all of the above also sustained]
[clinician mobilization in these planes of cervical and thoracic movements]
-shoulder functional internal rotation
-shoulder internal rotation
-shoulder extension with internal rotation
-shoulder horizontal abduction
-shoulder horizontal adduction
-shoulder functional external rotation
-shoulder external rotation
-shoulder internal rotation in flexion or abduction
-shoulder external rotation in flexion or abduction
[shoulder exercises also with resistance]
[clinician mobilization into these planes of shoulder movements]
-shoulder caudal glides
The majority of Americans will experience back pain during their lifetime. In our facilities, we see lots of back pain in all ages and populations.
Here is a great picture of the referred pain patterns felt in the lower back when the glute medius has restricted mobility. Referred pain is pain felt in a part of the body other than its actual source.
The “X” is where the adhesion is and the red is where the pain is often felt. If you experience pain in the red areas, take a baseball, golf ball, or lax ball and dig it into that area. If the pain alleviates, then you likely found one of the issue which was muscular restriction. Now it’s time to figure out WHY that happened in the first place!
People that view my page often get frustrated when they ask “how do I fix xyz pain/issue” and I reply, “go get it screened or evaluated”. In most cases, it’s multifaceted and well outside the scope of a comment in a post.
Back pain, much like most issues, can be a diseased issue (cancer is often linked to back pain), joint structure issue, mobility issue, stability issue, neurological or sensory reception issue, or psychosomatic. This is why I always suggest having a great therapist you trust to evaluate or screen you regularly, especially if you are looking to make a career out of being an elite athlete.
Still doubting the healing powers of chiropractic care? Well then just watch how our clients leave after an adjustment 🙌🏽😌🤜🏽 Trust us! Well make you fell better than ever before! #snapcracksgotyourback😉
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ZIMMER ZFILL Repair fait partie de la gamme d’acides hyaluronique de Zimmer avec le ZFIIL Refresh pour un effet « coup d’éclat », le ZFIIL Deep pour les rides moyennes à profondes. Repair est un filler volumateur adapté pour les rides profondes et les augmentations du volume des lèvres.
1 152 hours ago
Visant à réduire le volume des cellules graisseuses dans une zone touchée par la cellulite, les ondes de choc associées à la cryolipolyse permettent de renforcer considérablement les bon résultats déjà obtenus.
Nutrition at Polygon always begins with a full body composition scan with our InBody system, which gives us a clear picture of your body and what it is made up of. The InBody looks at muscle, fat, and water contents as well as their distribution across the body. Starting with this information enables our nutrition team to create a customized plan to help you achieve and support your goals. It also gives us a way to measure individual progress, increasing your likelihood of success. Start your journey to the best version of yourself with us today.
💥Gluteal Dissection Anatomy Masterclass💥
🔬Great anatomy lesson of the gluteal region on a cadaver🤓
Enjoy 😊 and follow @thestrengthpts 👌
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🗣This is a follow up to our posterior chain exercise. 📚This is all gluteus🍑. This muscle is often overlooked but plays a huge role in functional movement and running. 🕺🏻🏃🏻♂️ 📕This exercise is called a hip thrust, we are using a resistance band for additional tension. ‼️Make sure you’re not extending your back (arching) during the thrust. Keep your core engaged through your the movement.
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*Me after 1 semi-difficult-biochem-that’s-really-a-gen-chem-problem* .
Let’s just say that if doing this were a workout, it’s power day and I need 5-10 mins rest between sets tbh #SipsTea
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ACL Rehab - Knee Pain
Knee pain in ACL rehab can occur for many different reasons. One big reason pain occurs is improper stress management. This is why I believe in individualized treatments and not blindly following a protocol. I never want my patients to be in constant pain so if you do have pain with rehab, I would make sure to speak up. I also believe an important part of ACL rehab is exercise modification and figuring out ways to challenge the muscles without stressing the joint.
Here is an example of exercise modification for patients with ACL knee pain. I try to still get work in without causing irritation to the knee. This modified skater squat takes pressure off the knee as there is no anterior translation. The top band allows her reduce the weight of her body on her knee as well. Having a large exercise bank is important for exercise modification. Telling athletes to just rest should not be the first option.
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Shoulder Instability Rehab
Shoulder instability can be challenging to address due to the high degree of freedom in the shoulder. People can suffer from instability due to being hypermobile or from a traumatic injury such as a being hit. Regardless of the mechanism, progressive strengthening is a must in rehab.
I always incorporate a combination of open and closed chain exercises to address shoulder instability. Here are a couple of exercises I like to use:
1️⃣ Ball circles on wall with perturbations - this one is working on overhead stability in a close chain position. The perturbations adds an additional challenge as she has to react to my pushes.
2️⃣ Ball circles on wall - this is a regression as she is in full control of the direction she’s going in.
3️⃣ Scaption weighted ball tosses - a more endurance based exercise and working on controlling the catch as she lowers down. I typically do this one for time.
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