Sep 27, 2017
This is a solo podcast today on
a few questions I have been asked my opinion on over the last few
weeks. It should be fun!
can’t we get grandma to exercise? Age related corrections or
suggestions for rehab and exercise.
- Strength and Conditioning guidelines for youth
athletes. How much is too much? The
is an injury vs. pain?
long should a warm up take and what should it entail?
From a Sports Medicine
point-of-view, warming up will take as long as it needs to. There
is not set time, but a well designed warm up should take around
15-45 minutes. Warming up before lifting should address the
- Getting the blood moving
- Preparation of movement
- Stabilization of the feet, knees, back, and
- Mobilization of the ankles, hips, thoracic
spine, glenohumeral joints and the neck
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