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Rotator Cuff of the Hip

December 15, 2010 Rick Kaselj

I heard a reference to Rotator Cuff of the Hip some time ago. It was way back as an undergrad at Simon Fraser University. I was reading an article on the topic and found it […]

Top 10 Questions for Mike Robertson copy

Top 10 Questions for Mike Robertson

December 11, 2010 Rick Kaselj

Nine months of planning and preparation have arrived, and Mike Robertson’s Bulletproofing Your Client’s Knees and Lower Back seminar is here. For those who do not know who Mike is, Mike is the President of […]

Muscle Imbalances and Hockey Players

Muscle Imbalances and Hockey Players

November 16, 2010 Rick Kaselj

A few weeks back, I interviewed Maria Mountain. She specializes in goalie training. She wanted to get my thoughts on muscle imbalances and goalies. Below I chat about: hip flexor and lower ab strains, are […]

Why the Psoas Isn’t the Devil

Why the Psoas Isn’t the Devil

November 4, 2010 Rick Kaselj

When understanding the human body, we often hear that the psoas is the devil. It’s the reason why so many people have trouble squatting. It’s related to sciatica, and tight psoas can lead to back […]

Supplements for Knee Pain and Inflammation

Supplements for Knee Pain and Inflammation

September 5, 2010 Rick Kaselj

This article lists specific supplements for knee pain and inflammation that have been proven effective by scientific research. Some of these may seem like no-brainers, but their effectiveness isn’t always obvious. But first, I got […]

John Izzo Glute Exercise

John Izzo Glute Exercise

August 18, 2010 Rick Kaselj

Glutes exercises help to develop glute muscles to become in perfect shape. The glutes are one of the world’s most overlooked and underdeveloped muscle groups. Their primary role is to support the lower back and […]

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