Monthly Archives: February 2018

Managing Elbow Pain for Golfers

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Golfer’s elbow is an injury that affects the inside of the elbow, most commonly on the lead arm. It is common enough in golf that it gets the name. This injury is typically due to overuse. The muscles get overworked and pissed off so they start to cause some issues. The repetitive nature of the […]

Hip Extension for Athletes

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I am currently watching the US Women’s hockey team play OAR in the Olympics right now. I am a big fan of hockey. I played growing up and it is one of the sports that I understand the most. This year with no NHL players in the tournament for the men, the women really have […]

Upgrading Exercises to Help Your Golf Game

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This time of year is golf purgatory. The Super Bowl is over and although the Pats lost, I think I am handling it well. The next thing on my radar is Pebble Beach this weekend. I really like watching this tournament because of the course. It is one of my favorite to see the guys […]

Importance of Body Weight on Performance

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This past Saturday we hosted the 90 MPH Formula at Evolution in Easton. Josh Heenan has created a criteria that ensures a pitcher will throw 90 if they meet all metrics. Click here to learn more about Josh’s work.  The first metric is minimum body weight. Take your height in inches and multiply by 2.5. […]

Golfers: Foam Rolling is Not a Workout

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I like the foam roller. I encourage everyone to use one. But just like every good thing, there is always a downside. The one issue with foam rolling is that people spend way too much time on them. Rolling out to start or end a session shouldn’t take more time than the workout itself. I […]