Eddie Nungesser

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How Strength and Mobility Impact the Pitching Stride

Written on September 2, 2014 at 3:29 am, by Eric Cressey<p><i>Today's guest post comes from Cressey Sports Performance Pitching Coordinator, Matt Blake.</i> …

30 Days to a Big Butt & Great Squat

Here's what you need to know...<p>Designed intelligently, a 30-day workout challenge can accelerate progress and fast-forward motor learning and muscle …

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Biomechanics

Top 5 Fridays! 5 of My Favorite Shoulder Exercises

No Comment<p>Most of the shoulder issues you will see in the clinic will be rapid responders and not true frozen shoulders or adhesive capsulitis.<p>If …

Diagnostic accuracy of scapular physical examination tests for shoulder disorders

The authors conducted this systematic review to critique the evidence dealing with the diagnostic accuracy of physical examination tests for the …

Evidence in managing traumatic anterior shoulder instability

Traumatic anterior shoulder instability (TASI) is to blame for 95% of glenohumeral dislocations and is associated with soft tissue and bony …

Closed Kinetic Chain exercises with or without additional hip strengthening exercises in management of Patellofemoral pain syndrome

Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is a prevalent musculoskeletal pain condition, particularly in females. Decreased hip muscle strength has been …

Snapping Scapula Syndrome (Scapulothoracic Bursitis): Assessment and Management

Have you ever heard of snapping scapula syndrome? If you answered no, I would not be too surprised. Whilst this condition is more common than you may …