What do the shoulder and hip joints have in common? A lot!
Understanding the intricacies of their structures as well as the specific way ways in which these joints move is, to say the least, essential.
The basics, the fundamentals, the building blocks, the foundation….
all of these terms are describing the same thing and are used throughout all of sport and life.
Whether you are talking about the defensive tactics of a world championship team or examining the elements of a Fortune 500 business, much of their success is can be whittled down to the most elementary tenants in their respective field.
By planning some focus on developing robustness in our tissues, we can bulletproof ourselves to a long and healthy season. Increasing the strength and durability of our chassis will allow us to fully unleash the power and desire of our engine without the fear of injury.
To maximize the return of your new efforts during this season, we must create a plan. As the saying goes: if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. So here are 5 tips to get the most out of your post-season training.
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