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Written on January 8, 2008 at 7:45 pm, by Eric Cressey

More Stellar Feedback for Building the Efficient Athlete

When we made the Building the Efficient Athlete 8-DVD set, Mike Robertson and I – by our own admission and intentions – barbecued some sacred cows in in the fitness industry with some of our non-traditional ideas.  Moreover, given that Mike and I interact with a ton of physical therapists, doctors, athletic trainers, and other health care professionals – and do a lot of writing with respect to corrective exercise – it’s safe to say that this DVD set has turned some heads in the medical community as well.  I thought you might be interested in the following testimonial sent to us by Hector Lopez on behalf of Physicians Pioneering Performance, LLC:

“Eric Cressey and Mike Robertson’s BTEA raises the bar and sets a new standard for applying functional anatomy, biomechanical assessment, and corrective exercise to athletes at all levels.  Congratulations on fine work that addresses many limiting factors of human performance, while enabling the athlete/client to progress and experience a training effect.  Just one pass through this DVD set, and it stands to make us all more critical and active in thinking through the patient/client/athlete’s pain, dysfunction, impairments and inefficiencies.

“A fantastic resource that we (Physicians Pioneering Performance) would recommend without reservation, not only for athletes, strength coaches and fitness professionals, but also for musculoskeletal/sports medicine practitioners and many of their patients.”

Hector Lopez, MD, CSCS

Co-Founder, Physicians Pioneering Performance, LLC

Northwestern University – Feinberg School of Medicine

Pick up your copy of the DVD set at www.BuildingTheEfficientAthlete.com.

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