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Cressey/Reinold Week at RobertsonTrainingSystems.com

Written on May 18, 2010 at 4:19 am, by Eric Cressey

Just thought you all might be interested in checking out a five-part feature Mike Robertson ran with material from Mike Reinold and I.  Here’s what it included:

In the Trenches Podcast with Eric Cressey and Mike Reinold

The podcast that started it all!  Here we discuss how Eric and Mike got into the field, how they evaluate shoulders, and a bunch of baseball training.  You’ll definitely like this one!

Eric Cressey Q&A #1 – Shoulder Forces in Boxing

Here, I describes the forces you’re going to see during a typical punch in boxing, as well as what biomechanical factors might predispose boxers to injury.

Eric Cressey Q&A #2 – Sternoclavicular Joint Dysfunction

In this post, I talk about the potential causes of sternoclavicular joint issues and how to handle them.

Mike Reinold Q&A #1 – Scalene Anatomy

Mike discusses the scalenes, their impact on the shoulder, and why asymmetry may not be bad for baseball players.

Mike Reinold Q&A #2 – Joint Capsule Surgical Techniques

Mike discusses two different surgical techniques for correcting issues with the shoulder capsule, as well as what to expect post-surgery.

One Response to “Cressey/Reinold Week at RobertsonTrainingSystems.com”

  1. Sam Leahey Says:

    Podcast interview was really enjoyable. I find it refreshing when you big timers step away from the science aspect of your chosen professions and articulate your thoughts on the “art” side of things. The presented perspectives were really insightfull into the similarities and differences of physical therapy, S&C, assesments, etc.

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