Basic Assessments and Movement Evaluations for Runners

Michael Rosengart, CPT, CES, CSCS outlines the importance of assessing movements and shares the Basic Assessments and Movement Evaluations for runners and athletes that run from the PreHab Exercise Book for Runners, Fourth Edition. Start Right The first step to any effective training or prehab/rehab program is to evaluate the Continue Reading →

Synergistic Training – How to Improve Mobility, Stability and Strength

In training and prehabilitation, synergistic training can be used to greatly enhance mobility, stability and strength. Synergistic training is a training technique that intentionally blends various training modes with a diverse exercise selection in order to create a holistic and balanced structure of training stimuli (training stress) that will maximize Continue Reading →

The Art of Stretching

Guidelines for Effective Stretching Techniques Mobility is important in any athlete’s performance and effective stretching techniques will help the success of any Prehabilitation Program. There are several different ways to stretch- some good, some bad and some just a waste of time. This article will highlight and explain some of Continue Reading →

Foot and Ankle Activation

Foot and Ankle Activation Exercises can help athletes improve their speed, power and agility, which will lead to greater success in soccer, basketball, football, running and many more sports. Incorporate Foot and Ankle Activation Exercises into your Prehabilitation Program and see a change in the way that you perform. The Continue Reading →

Hip and Glute Activation – Turn On your Prime Movers

Run, walk, jump or squat? Your hips are doing most of the work. At least they should be. Yet, many people lose the ability to perform these basic movements as they are biomechanically designed due to modern living, which is why Hip and Glute Activation Exercises are an essential ingredient Continue Reading →

Eliminate Forward Head

Restore proper Mobility and Alignment for your Neck and Head. Is the positioning of your head, neck and shoulders important to running? A lot of people might be quick to assume that the head, neck, and shoulders are only marginally involved when you’re running. But that’s just not the case. Continue Reading →