Moving to Next Level last fall brought me the opportunity to work with dozens of high school and college athletes. With the spring club soccer season right around the corner, I thought I’d take a moment to talk about a few of the teams I’ve had the pleasure of training in the off/pre-season. The BSCContinue reading “Bluegrass Soccer Club Girls 99 & 01”
…running can be an effective and enjoyable form of exercise. It also means that if your body isn’t ready for distance running, there may be better options for you initially. Even the pros have coaches and it is much better to start with good movement and build a foundation for running (or whatever) than to start with poor movement and add more bad movement on top of a bad foundation.
As I mentioned in my article here, females are at a significantly higher risk for non-contact ACL injury than males across all age bands. Many of these injuries are preventable and I am hosting a clinic this month to help identify at-risk athletes and help reduce their risk while improving their athletic performance. During thisContinue reading “ACL Injury Prevention Clinic”
**Let me preface this entry by saying that while this is mainly about females and ACL injury risk, I frequently see males demonstrate the same movement patterns that can lead to ACL injury, and males who play multi-directional sports should also be screened for risk factors.** We got a glimpse of spring earlier this week with temps goingContinue reading “ACL Injury Prevention”