State of Flow: Where training less…equals more

If you’re curious about training intensity vs consistency or Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi’s State of Flow concept, check out the podcast below…where longtime, high-level MMA trainer (Georges St-Pierre and many others) and the Founder of TimTam Recovery Technology Firas Zahabi, elaborates on his Joe Rogan podcast that had over 1.5m views. There’s also some really good thought-provoking info regarding: Repetitive injury cycles …

Firas Zahabi

Trainer and Strength Coach

Hypervolt Vibration Massage Device featuring Quiet Glide™ technology

People have always assumed that for a massage device to be powerful it had to be loud. But who wants a massager that sounds like a power tool? After all, it’s your body, not a construction site. We knew we could do better. So we developed our own Quiet Glide™ Technology following the same rigid manufacturing principles that expert engineers …

Dr. Mike Flores

DC, CCSP, BS

NormaTec: Research validating Peristaltic Pulse Dynamic Compression

NormaTec was created by an MD, PhD to enhance blood flow and speed recovery. The NormaTec Recovery Systems are dynamic compression devices designed for recovery and rehab. All of the systems use NormaTec’s patented PULSE technology to help athletes and patients recover faster between training, after performance and from injury. The NormaTec systems include a control unit and attachments that …

Dr. Robert Silverman

Dr. Robert Silverman

DC, MS, CNS, CCN, CSCS, CKTP, CES, CIISN, DACBN, DCBCN, HKC, SASTM

What is BFR or Blood Flow Restriction Training?

Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) training involves wrapping an elastic band or cuff around your limbs to partially block blood flow during a workout. The technique has been growing in popularity among bodybuilders in recent years and new research suggests that it may have potential to enhance endurance and assist in injury rehabilitation. Proper education and effective application for efficacy and …

Dr. Ed Le Cara

DC, PhD, MBA, ATC, CSCS, Board Certified in Rehabilitation, Board Certified in Sports Medicine

Have your clients asked you “What is Dry Needling?”

Dry needling is the use of thin needles to treat musculoskeletal pain and weakness. The needles do not inject anything (thus the term “dry”), and they are typically inserted into the painful areas within the muscles. Think about how if you grab your upper traps there tend to be tight and tender spots; these would be examples of areas dry …

Explosive, Sustained Energy from a product that Supports Strength & Lean Muscle Mass Increase

Meet DRIVE by Fenix 20+ Hour Nitric Oxide Release* Explosive & Sustained Energy Supports Endurance* Supports Strength & Lean Muscle Mass Contains L-Citrulline (NO precursor – for improving athletic performance)* Contains Creatine, Caffeine, Beta Alanine, Niacin and L-Glutamine PRODUCT INGREDIENT BENEFITS L-Arginine Through a process involving an enzyme called nitric oxide synthase, L-Arginine is converted to nitric oxide in the …

Matt Kraft

Matt Kraft

Nutritional Consultation Specialist for ELIVATE

Help Clients Move Better with HyperIce Technology

Help Patients and Corporate Wellness Clients Move Better with Hyperice Relaxation and recovery are keys to a healthy, productive life. Now with some simple techniques – and using state-of-art- technology from Hyperice – you can help optimize your patients’ and wellness clients’ recovery and help improve their mobility – and you can do it efficiently, on a daily basis….even at …

Dr. Mike Flores

DC, CCSP, BS

Psychological Measures for Return to Play Following ACLR- Part 6

Over the last couple posts we’ve been discussing kinesiophobia (fear of movement) and how – if high levels of this are present on return to play – athletes are at greater risk for re-injury. We also discussed some movement patterns that we see in our athletes that are also highly associated with kinesiophobia. Specifically, those with a lateral shift and increased frontal …

Dr Trent Nessler Personal Trainer Physical Therapist

Dr. Trent Nessler

MPT, DPT, Founder/Developer the Athletic Movement Index™ and Developer TheraBand CLX ACL Kit

Psychological Measures for Return to Play Following ACLR- Part 5

Last post we discussed the correlation of kinesiophobia (fear of movement) to shift of weight over to the non-involved limb. Noehren et al Am J Sports Med 2018 highlighted this in a recent study that showed how athletes unload the involved limb during bilateral jumping tasks. As stated in our previous blog post, we discussed how we see a similar pattern …

Dr Trent Nessler Personal Trainer Physical Therapist

Dr. Trent Nessler

MPT, DPT, Founder/Developer the Athletic Movement Index™ and Developer TheraBand CLX ACL Kit