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Exercises For Injuries

Summary: Rick Kaselj specializes in helping clients use exercise to overcome their injuries. Rick shares his knowledge and experience with other fitness professionals across North America through live courses, webinars and books. This podcast is made up of audio clips featuring some tips and information for fitness professionals on the topic of exercises and injuries. To learn more about Rick Kaselj you can exercise and injury blog at ExercisesForInjuries.com

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 John Berrardi on Nutrition and Injuries Part 2 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Enjoy the interview! CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with John Berrardi on Nutrition and Injuries Part 2. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with John Berrardi on Nutrition and Injuries Part 2. What [...]

 Carmen Bott Interview on Exercise After C-Section | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 0:38:24

Enjoy the interview! CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with Carmen Bott. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with Carmen Bott. In the Interview with Carmen Bott on Exercise After C-Section, she shares [...]

 Dangers of Dairy with Adam Blackwell | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 0:22:10

Today I have an interview for you on the Dangers of Dairy with Adam Blackwell. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview about the Dangers of Dairy with Adam Blackwell. What Adam Blackwell shares in the interview: Who [...]

 How Are Your Clients Sabotaging Their Fitness Goals with Healthy Food with Lori Kennedy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 0:15:20

Today I have an interview for you on How Are Your Clients Sabotaging Their Fitness Goals with Healthy Food with Lori Kennedy   She shares what he does in the interview. Enjoy the interview. CLICK HERE [...]

 Tricks to Getting Lean with Brian Kalakay | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 0:23:02

Today I have an interview for you on Tricks to Getting Lean with Brian Kalakay. He shares what he does in the interview. Enjoy the interview. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with Brian [...]

 An Intervention Into Your Training by Dan John | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 0:24:01

Today I have an interview for you on An Intervention Into Your Training by Dan John. He shares what he does in the interview. Enjoy the interview. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with [...]

 Creating a One-Stop Health Shop with Lori Kennedy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 0:24:37

Today I have an interview for you on Creating a One-Stop Health Shop. Enjoy the interview. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with Lori Kennedy on Creating a One-Stop Health Shop. CLICK HERE to [...]

 Link Between Diet and Pain with Nick Pineault | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 0:24:01

Today I have an interview for you on the Link Between Diet and Pain. Enjoy the interview. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with Nick Pineault on the Link Between Diet and Pain. CLICK [...]

 Using Food to Help with Pain and Injury Recovery with Dr Jonathan Tait | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 0:21:00

A big kick that I have been on of late is how food can help or hinder becoming pain free and in injury recovery. Today I have the perspective of a medical doctor on how [...]

 Cleansing and Inflammation with Yuri Elkaim | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 0:30:05

Today I have an interview for you on Cleansing and Inflammation. Enjoy the interview. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with Yuri Elkaim on Cleansing and Inflammation. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview [...]

 Gluten and Injury Recovery by Dr. Peter Osborne | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 0:21:53

Today I have an interview for you on Gluten and Injury Recovery. Enjoy the interview. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with Dr. Peter Osborne on Gluten and Injury Recovery.   CLICK HERE to [...]

 Preventing ACL Injuries in Athletes by Jerry Shreck | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 0:29:38

Today I have an interview for you on Preventing ACL Injuries in Athletes. It is with long time Athletic Therapist, Jerry Shreck. who is at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. Over they years he has put together an ACL injury prevention program with his athletes at the university that has drastically decreased ACL injuries in their athletes. He shares what he does in the interview. Enjoy the interview. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with Jerry Shreck on Preventing ACL Injuries in Athletes.   CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with Jerry Shreck on Preventing ACL Injuries in Athletes. What Jerry Shreck shares in the interview: What’s the big deal on having ACL injuries on athletes? Differentiates between contact and non-contact ACL injuries Explains why women are more susceptible to getting ACL injuries What is the traditional thinking about fixing the ACL? What are those preventive measures that he focuses on with his athletes when it comes to ACL injuries? What are the common mistakes that trainers do when designing a program for ACL injuries? Explains what his Deceleration Training Program is and how people can benefit from it Gave tips on things to do to prevent ACL injuries in your athletes Who is Jerry Shreck? A few things you need to know about listening to the interview: To listen to the interview, scroll down to the bottom of this page and click the play button symbol. If you do not have time to listen to it right now, just click the “download” button and download it to your computer. Then you can listen to it on your computer when you like. Also the interview is up on iTunes. You can listen to it HERE or subscribe to the itunes podcast and get all the interviews when they are ready. Enjoy! If you use Chrome as your web browser, at times it can act up when playing the interview. I would suggest listening to the interview in another web browser (Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, etc.) Here is a video explaining how to download the interview recording If you would like to get more information on Jerry, you can check out his Deceleration Training Program to Prevent ACL Tears, here:   If you have a neat specialization or business information that would be of benefit for fitness professionals to know about, please do contact me and I would love to share it with the EFI world. If you know of a fitness professional or someone that works with athletes a may benefit from this interview, please forward it onto them. Take care. Rick Kaselj, MS P.S. – If you liked this interview with Jerry, you will like these other ones as well: Common Training Mistakes that Lead to Injuries Nutrition Interrogation with Brian St. Pierre Email The post Preventing ACL Injuries in Athletes by Jerry Shreck appeared first on Exercises For Injuries » Podcast Feed. The post Preventing ACL Injuries in Athletes by Jerry Shreck appeared first on Exercises For Injuries » Podcast Feed.

 Avoiding Common Strength Program Mistakes with Eric Cressey | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 0:13:34

Of late I have been making some changes to my strength program. I was on Eric Cressey’s blog and he started highlighting some of the mistakes that he sees when it comes to strength program design. I asked if he wouldn’t mind sharing a few of these thoughts with EFI readers. Here we go. Enjoy the interview. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with Eric Cressey on Avoiding Common Strength Program Mistakes. What Eric shares in the Interview: Why are people not getting strength games? Why is it important for athletes to build up strength? Why is it important for the exercise enthusiast and general public person to build strength? Explains how to achieve stability through strength training What is a strength and conditioning program and how it differs from other programs? How can fitness enthusiasts benefit from a strength and conditioning program? The three areas that are often missed by fitness professionals in their exercise program. Who is Eric Cressey? Who should be doing a strength and conditioning program? Details on his Show and Go program and who it is for and who it s not for For details of Eric’s Show and Go program go here: I have also done a detailed review of his Show and Go program and you can check it out here. A few things you need to know about listening to the interview: To listen to the interview, scroll down to the bottom of this page and click the play button symbol. If you do not have time to listen to it right now, just click the “download” button and download it to your computer. Then you can listen to it on your computer when you like. Also the interview is up on iTunes. You can listen to it HERE or subscribe to the itunes podcast and get all the interviews when they are ready. Enjoy! If you use Chrome as your web browser, at times it can act up when playing the interview. I would suggest listening to the interview in another web browser (Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, etc.) Here is a video explaining how to download the interview recording If you have a neat specialization or business information that would be of benefit for fitness professionals to know about, please do contact me and I would love to share it with the EFI world. If you know of a fitness professional or someone with gluteal amnesia or hip pain that may benefit from this interview, please forward it onto them. Take care. Rick Kaselj, MS   P.S. – If you liked this interview with Eric, you will like these other ones as well: Common Training Mistakes that Lead to Injuries   Nutrition Interrogation with Brian St. Pierre Email .  

 What to do About Gluteal Amnesia with David Weinstock | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 0:25:04

Let’s start the gluteal week with a gluteal interview. Just a reminder, this month’s Injury of the Month is a double shot.  I will be covering Gluteus Medius Exercises and Gluteus Maximus Exercises. Okay, to get to the interview - CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with David Weinstock on What to Do About Gluteal Amnesia. I have been following David on Facebook for some time, he always has great little nuggets of insight.  I contacted him by Facebook to see if he would be interested in doing aa interview on one of his nuggets which was on gluteal amnesia. It was great to chat about gluteals and what we can do to help them function better. Enjoy the interview. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with David Weinstock on What to do About Gluteal Amnesia? What David Weinstock shares in the Interview: What are some common hip conditions or dysfunctions? What are some causes that he sees that inhibits the glutes? How can the exercise selection make things worse or better when it comes to gluteal and hip functions? How can the strengthening exercises affect the functions of the glutes in a positive and negative way? What are some things that affect glutes function? Explains the two levels of motor control and how they affect muscle function? How other muscles along with glute max can affect hip function? Key tips on glutes and hip dysfunction How can fitness professionals benefit from the courses he offers? Who is David Weinstock? How can he help fitness professionals with his work? A few things you need to know about listening to the interview: To listen to the interview, scroll down to the bottom of this page and click the play button symbol. If you do not have time to listen to it right now, just click the “download” button and download it to your computer. Then you can listen to it on your computer when you like. Also the interview is up on iTunes. You can listen to it HERE or subscribe to the itunes podcast and get all the interviews when they are ready. Enjoy! If you use Chrome as your web browser, at times it can act up when playing the interview. I would suggest listening to the interview in another web browser (Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, etc.) Here is a video explaining how to download the interview recording If you have a neat specialization or business information that would be of benefit for fitness professionals to know about, please do contact me and I would love to share it with the EFI world. If you know of a fitness professional or someone with gluteal amnesia or hip pain that may benefit from this interview, please forward it onto them. Take care. Rick Kaselj, MS P.S. – Since this month’s Injury of the Month is a double shot, here is the second part of it, it is on Gluteus Medius Exercises. P.S. – If you liked this interview, here are some other interviews that may help you: 4 Techniques to Speed Up Knee Injury Recovery Exercise and Osteochondritis Email

 Common Trigger Point Mistakes with Conor Collins | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 0:25:31

In fitness there has been a lot of talk about trigger points. They are important but after talking with Conor Collins, most fitness professionals are doing it all wrong. Conor goes through it all in this interview. Enjoy the interview! CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with Conor Collins on Trigger Points.   CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with Conor Collins on Trigger Points. What Conor Collins Shares in the Interview: Who is Conor Collins? What is a Trigger Point? What are the the common misconceptions about trigger points? How does trigger point affect these 3 groups of people: the general public, the gym goers, and the athletes? How muscle imbalances can lead to trigger points What are the common mistakes people make in relieving trigger points? How to avoid the common mistakes when doing self myofascial release What effect is there on your nervous system when you do self trigger point? Is it necessary to seek professional help when it comes to improving or eliminating trigger points? What are the positive and negative factors affecting trigger points? Give tips on how to effectively address trigger points. A few things you need to know about listening to the interview: To listen to the interview, scroll down to the bottom of this page and click the play button symbol. If you do not have time to listen to it right now, just click the “download” button and download it to your computer. Then you can listen to it on your computer when you like. Also the interview is up on iTunes. You can listen to it HERE or subscribe to the itunes podcast and get all the interviews when they are ready. Enjoy! If you use Chrome as your web browser, at times it can act up when playing the interview. I would suggest listening to the interview in another web browser (Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, etc.) Here is a video explaining how to download the interview recording If you have a neat specialization or business information that would be of benefit for fitness professionals to know about, please do contact me and I would love to share it with the EFI world. If you know of a fitness professional that may benefit from this, please forward it onto them. Take care. Rick Kaselj, MS P.S. – If you liked this kind of interview, here are some other interviews that may help you: What Can Athletes Do About Knee Pain with Anthony Mychal   Corrective Exercise and Performance with Nick Rosencutter   Before I go, here are some kind words for Muscle Imbalances Revealed:  Wait for the next edition of MIR, it will be out, very soon: . Email

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