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Author: Richard SymisterImprove Your Foam Rolling R.O.I: “When should I foam roll and for how long?“
This is an excellent question. Unfortunately, I don’t have a concise answer, since there is currently no consensus on the […]
Author: Richard SymisterFoam Rolling 101: “When is it ok to foam roll an injury?”
So, should you roll out a new injury? This all depends on the injury. But usually, my answer is a […]
Author: Richard SymisterFoam Rolling 101: “Should foam rolling always hurt?”
I’m totally guilty of following the old gym axiom of “no pain no gain”. And when it came to the […]
Author: Richard SymisterFoam Rolling 101: “Which Foam Roller is Best for Me?”
There are so many types of rollers out there — Cylinders, sticks, balls, vibrating cylinders, vibrating sticks, vibrating balls… So […]
Author: Richard SymisterFoam Rolling 101: “Why should I foam roll”
So, what does foam roller actually do for you? Foam rolling is a tool you use to enhance your athletic […]
Author: Richard SymisterFoam Rolling 101: Improve Your Foam Rolling R.O.I
I see most folks foam rolling inefficiently, ineffectively, and dangerously. They waste time, energy, and often totally f#ck up their […]
Author: Richard SymisterYour ACL surgery: Will Your Insurance Company Keep Up?
You felt that initial “pop”, maybe had some pain and swelling at the front of the knee, and every now […]
Author: Richard SymisterKnee Problem. Find a Knee Specialist!
Did you know that the knee is considered the black hole of orthopedics? The knee is a complicated joint with […]
Author: Richard SymisterDon’t F#*k Up Your Rotator Cuff: 3 Rehab Mistakes to Avoid
You’re almost ready to be discharged from physical therapy for your rotator cuff surgery. You’ve achieved full motion. Your gross […]
Author: Richard SymisterRotator Cuff Injury? Find a Rotator Cuff Specialist.
The arm bone is connected to the shoulder bone. The shoulder bone is connected to the backbone. The backbone is […]