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Athletic Performance Revolution

Athletic Performance Revolution is a website for weekly articles from coaches and students of strength and conditioning for other. So please check the site every Monday for new article.

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Pull The Trigger - End the Pain

Trigger points - hypersensitive knots of tissue that form between other tissue - can have a drastic effect on athletic performance.  The traditional medical community tends to ignore trigger point…Continue

Started by Larry Warnock. LMT Dec 6, 2010.

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Comment by Drew Henley on November 9, 2011 at 11:12pm

New Post - Developing a Successful Training System - Part I. Part II coming tomorrow.

Comment by Drew Henley on November 7, 2011 at 8:53pm
New Post up on Henley Sports Performance - Articles & Videos You Should See 11-7 http://goo.gl/1KDV0
Comment by Mike Zawilinski on November 8, 2010 at 12:19am
This week on AthleticPr.com I started another series, this one on the organization of training. Part 1 is an introduction on periodization that includes the basic components that are needed to structure a logical
progression of sets and reps.


Click Here to read the full article.
Comment by Mike Zawilinski on November 1, 2010 at 1:25am
I am starting an article series on athleticPR.com “Mobility for the Rower”. This week I take at the Lats, how to stretch them and get them mobile. It is a good read for any overhead athlete.
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Comment by Mike Zawilinski on October 18, 2010 at 10:54pm
This week on AthleticPR we have an article from Ryan Donahue. He put together a great review of central nervous system fatigue.

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Comment by Lakers46 on October 11, 2010 at 5:38pm
Hey I figured I'd ask on here if anyone has more of a Physical Therapy or AT background than I do and maybe I can get some advice. About 3 months ago, I sprained my ankle, I went through about 8 weeks of Physical Therapy for it, and it started to get a lot better, and all the sudden during a legs workout it "cramped" (just the best way I can describe the pain) up on me, made me stop my workout lasted for about 25 minutes. I felt it in the ligament and right in the Talus, I could dorsiflex, but couldn't extend my foot down at all. Anyways after it went away I didn't think much of it, but now it contiues to come back constantly anytime I try and do anything active with my ankle beyond walking (playing basketball, running any agility stuff) it comes back and stays for a long period of time sometimes even hours. It basically feels like everytime I do anything active it feels like I re-sprain/strain it. It actually feels more recently like its been getting worse, and its to the point where I can't even do jumping jacks (like when leading a group class) without it getting sore. My other big concern is that when I run my finger over the area I get a tingling feeling down into my final 2 toes which makes me believe that there's something 'impeding' the nerve. So far none of my colleague's and peers have been able to really venture a guess at what might be going on, and I've gotten some advice to get an MRI, and I plan to I'm just waiting for my new insurance to kick in.
Anyways I'm asking for any advice at all because this has completely and 100% affected every single aspect of my life and is making me miserable, is this normal, is this a cramp, is this something that will go away on its own? I'd love any help I can get.
Comment by Mike Zawilinski on October 11, 2010 at 12:26am
This week on AthleticPR we have an article from legendary throwing coach Joe Donahue. Joe talks about coach as teacher and motivator and the points he makes will work with all athletes not just throwers.

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Pull The Trigger - End the Pain

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