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Ed's Exercise of the Day - Single Leg Hamstring Slide Outs

injuryrehabcentre Feb 19, 2019
 

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ACL rupture: surgery or no surgery?

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Ed's Exercise of the Day - Calf raise in squat position

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Ed's Exercise of the Day - Adductor Holds with Hip Abduction

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Ed's Exercise of the Day - Foot Slides

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Landing Mechanics

injuryrehabcentre Feb 16, 2019
 

Learning how to decelerate and absorb load and impact should be the first part of rehab whilst learning how to move efficiently and considerably reduce the risk of injury. Once that has been mastered within a controlled environment then you may start to work on acceleration and change of direction. Followed by reactive drills and exposure to the sporting field where anything can happen.

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Ed's Exercise of the Day - Banded 3 Point Hip Abduction

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Robust Back

injuryrehabcentre Feb 14, 2019
 

Back injuries are very common within the society. So common that over 80% of people will complain of some form of back pain at some point in their life.

What makes it worst are the beliefs that are associated with back pain! Once injured, people think that they should avoid and never expose their back to similar movements again, or avoid certain movements. Furthermore, the majority of people think that lifting without bending the knees is unsafe. 

Your lower back and spine is designed to take the load (that's why your vertebras are bigger, stronger and thicker the further you go down your back. 

Although bending the knees does have a role to play, the most important factor is the ability to keep a flat back and use the hips as the pivot point rather than the vertebras in your back.


Ever thought of how these strongmen are lifting 500kg off the ground, well it's all about capacity and tolerance!

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Ed's Exercise of the Day - Standing Neural Tension Glide

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Walking is not exercises

injuryrehabcentre Feb 13, 2019
 

The human race has been walking ever since we were created or have evolved whatever your beliefs, we are designed to be apex predators, hunters, and gatherers. 

Take a second and think about it. Homosapiens had a larger skeletal muscle and bone density than us (modern humans). That's because they had to work harder for their survival (food etc). Hunting, running, walking for days, staying alive and building their own shelter. They were active, strong and robust beings.

Walking was part of their daily necessity. It was not an exercise. It was like eating and sleeping. 
Although it is recommended, walking is simply not enough stimulus on its own to provide the health benefits that the skeletal muscle needs to adapt, build capacity and grow. 

If you are want to exceed your physical capacity of just walking so that when you do decide to perform a day of gardening, some home renovations or simply go for a run, play sports with some friends and do not second doubt yourself and...

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