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Thursday, January 2, 2014
Cueing it up for 2014
Cueing can take the form of coaching or instruction and professional advice. It can make all the difference. The reason people don't learn a movement pattern like skiing ,golf or even a yoga pose as well from a video is that you don't have the feedback from a professional instructor. The same holds true when you are recover from a complicated injury. The level of injury needs to be assessed whether it be with an X-ray, an ultrasound or an MRI so that you have a reference point of where you are and where you are going. The successful outcomes are attained by those that stick to the protocols and safe training methods. This coupled with tenacity to stick to a training schedule that builds in progressive movement patterns will develop your goals into reality for 2014!
I started this blog to share cutting-edge knowledge from my medical practice and my experience with athletes and as an athlete myself. I was a walkon at I.U. for track and after getting hurt my first season switched over to bike racing and raced in the "Little 500". I teach skiing professionally and also fit soccer in between bike riding and running. You know who you are: the weekend warrior and more serious athletes: the best insights, protocols, tips, and tricks for training and living injury free. I welcome your feedback.