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Stuff You Should Read: 1/31/11

Written on January 31, 2011 at 6:07 am, by Eric Cressey

Testing, Treating, and Training the Shoulder – This recap of my seminar with Mike Reinold features ten important takeaways from the day.

You Are What You Absorb – I thought this was an excellent article from John Meadows – both in terms of the background information he provides and the corrective strategies he advocates.

Rollouts: Friend or Foe and Two Anterior Core Progressions – These two video blogs were quite popular when they ran back in 2009.

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3 Responses to “Stuff You Should Read: 1/31/11”

  1. Cassandra Forsythe Says:

    The article by John actually wasn’t that fabulous – the foods he recommends are many that would cause MORE bloating and gasiness in already irritated guts. His gut overview was fine, but the food recommendations… not so much.

  2. Jared Seigler Says:

    I was under the impression that with a good history, a positive apprehension test, relocation test, and crank test that this was almost as good as an arthroscopy in the hands of a good practitioner for detecting a SLAP lesion. Obviously these can’t tell you where or how bad the tear is, but merely for detecting one.

  3. A'Mar Says:

    Per the “You Are What You Absorb” article, where can you buy charcoal tablets? I’ve never heard of them before. Thank you in advance. (On a side note, I just started making my own fermented vegetables and I’m also taking Lactobacillus acidophilus)

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