“I reserve the right to change my mind. But once I decide on something, I’m going to need a good reason to switch.”

Deacon Jones

SPORTS MEDICINE & PERFORMANCE BLOG

Test – Intervene – Retest – Analysis There is inevitably physical standards that we want to test, track and achieve with athletes …

We place a lot of stock in limb symmetry but critically we need to couple this with performance During a conversation with …

An article exploring clarity of technical reasoning, thought processing and approach. For coaches and clinicians

Courtesy of My Podcast Inform Performance & show sponsor Vald Performance Dynamic Strength Index or DSI is a concept where you aim …

The athletic motions of running, jumping and landing require the foot and ankle complex to be adaptable to varying surfaces and demands. …

(An opinion piece) Idealistically a max effort lift or rep in the weights-room should be executed technically ‘well’ or better explained it …

Up, Down and Sideways is the network that I’ve realised has supported my professional development on recent reflection. I thought I’d share …

It’s not news to draw attention to the Hamstrings in relation to ACL rehab, injury risk mitigation or especially in the context …

There are basic components that have to be embedded in a warm-up process around raising body temperature, ‘loosening up’ and preparing mindset …

Lifting shoes – Do you need them? – First things first – Q. What are lifting shoes?…. Essentially a raised heel. Common …

Kipping Pull-Ups: Yes or No? This is going to be a love it or hate it topic I discuss in this post! …

In 2012 the Olympic Games was held in London. As is typical and essential all the competing nations arrive early to varying …