What runner doesn’t hate getting injured? Knee pain, heel pain or even low back pain can put a damper on any runner’s training. Usually though, the site of pain is not the source of the injury. Think about it like this. You have a door rubbing in a door frame on the handle side (opposite the ..read more..
Archive for the ‘Rehabilitation’ Category
Over 6.5 years ago, I was told to read an article called Feel Better for 10 Bucks. It was written by two young strength coaches (at the time) that you might have heard of – some guy named Cressey and the other, Robertson. This article opened my eyes to something I had never heard of ..read more..
The Deep Hip Flexor is the deep muscle (close to your lumbar spine) that brings your knee upward resulting in flexion at your hip joint. The Deep Hip Flexor is actually made up of two muscles: 1) The Psoas Major and 2) the Illiacus but is commonly referred to as the Iliopsoas because these muscles ..read more..