Apr 13, 2022

Exercise alone improves the structural properties of our tendons, bones, and joints. Highly trained jumping and sprinting athletes have improved tendon mechanical properties and material properties. Training consistently over time results in positive structural adaptations in our bodies which in turn allows for higher intensity training, higher volume of training and reduced injury risk. Collagen […]

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Apr 08, 2022

Thanks for including me Carolyn Steber from Bustle. “Massage creates a relaxation response in the body through a complex series of chemical, hormonal, and electrical changes resulting in the ability to move better,” Roeser tells Bustle. It also benefits the muscle tissue directly in two ways: via mechanical movement and fluid movement. “Mechanical movement is […]

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Apr 02, 2022

I had the opportunity to talk with Craig Dalton on The Gravel Ride Podcast about recovery and recovery tools. Click the social icons below to learn more and listen to the full episode -

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Mar 27, 2022

A framework of tissue homeostasis with the example of a marathon runner. The envelope of function concept of tissue homeostasis was originally developed for patellofemoral joint pain (Dye 2005). The “envelope” is simply a zone in which the joint can function optimally to maintain its current function (homeostasis) or adapt to loading in a positive […]

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