Does Foam Rolling Increase Long Term Flexibility?

Recently I’ve heard a lot of hatred and negative talk toward foam rolling.  A common reason for this is the plethora of research coming out about foam rolling having short term effects when it comes

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Should You Push Your Patients Into Pain During Physical Therapy Exercises?

Whether or not to push through some pain during physical therapy exercise is a big topic.  Is some pain alright?  Is too much pain a bad thing?  Will we delay rehabilitation by pushing into pain? 

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3 Principles of Movement and Meditation

This guest post here was written by a good friend and mentor of mine, Seth Oberst.  Seth is the guy I call when I have a tough chronic pain patient I'm stuck with and can't progress.  He always

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Two Interesting Benefits of Foam Rolling

I’m going to start this off by saying that I’m a big proponent of foam rolling (For the right reasons).  I think foam rolling often gets thrown under the bus because some experts think that

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How to Modify the Bench Press for Shoulder Pain

​The bench press is easily one of the most popular exercises in the gym. I know I've been performing some sort of bench press variation at least once per week for the last 15 years or so. It's a great

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How to Perform Dips and Push-ups Without Hurting Your Shoulders

Technique is obviously an important part of improving someone's strength and performance but it's also vital when trying to prevent future shoulder injuries.  As physical therapists Dave and I see

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Peak Shoulder Performance is Finally Available!

Dave Tilley and I are excited to finally announce the launch of our newest digital product, Peak Shoulder Performance!!! Dave and I have spent the past several years learning how to best treat and prevent

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How Shoulder Impingement and Rotator Cuff Tears Occur

In order to understand how injuries in our shoulder occur, we first have to understand the anatomy. Once we get the anatomy down we can start to understand the injury mechanisms. In this quick 5 minute

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Anatomy of Shoulder Impingement, Rotator Cuff and Labral Tears

In order to understand how injuries in our shoulder occur, we first have to understand the anatomy.  Once we get the anatomy down we can start to understand the injury mechanisms.  In this quick 5 minute

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4 Step Checklist for Battle Ready Shoulders

Dr. Dave Tilley and I have worked with a boatload of olympic lifters, powerlifters, gymnasts, bodybuilders and fitness athletes with painful shoulders.  It’s probably the most common injury we see.

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HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT – PEAK Shoulder Performance

Very big announcement today.  Myself and my co-worker Dr. Dave Tilley have been hard at work over the past few years developing strategies to help rehab and prevent shoulder injuries in our athletes.

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Dan on Barbell Shrugged Podcast!

I was lucky to have the opportunity to head out to Encinitas, California and be on the Barbell Shrugged Podcast.  It was an absolute pleasure hanging out with Doug and Mike and we had a blast.  In the

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