Archive for January, 2010
Filed under: coaching
Evidence Based Practice
by Carson Boddicker on Jan 22nd, 2010
Over the course of my career, I feel that I have evolved from a coach who went on what I had thought made sense based on information I got in your various bodybuilding and fitness outlets, from a guy who made decisions based on what other coaches were using with success, to finally someone who is an evidence based practitioner. But what exactly is Evidence Based Practice? Now I feel like "evidence based practice" has become a buzz word in th...
Filed under: Announcements, Featured
A chance to learn in 2010…
by Carson Boddicker on Jan 12th, 2010
As is often the case, people begin new years with goals in mind. In my previous post, I shared a few with you all. One resonant theme among readers of BP.com and myself is to improve our understanding of performance enhancement and the human body as a whole. My friend over at Sports Rehab Expert, Joe Heiler, is putting on a series of teleseminars of some of the brightest minds in performance and rehabilitation. Starting January 27th, eve...
Filed under: Announcements, corrective exercise
Alleviating Ailing Ankles: Part 2
by Carson Boddicker on Jan 4th, 2010
In the first round of Alleviating Ailing Ankles, I discussed the function of the ankle joint and demonstrated a few exercises to help achieve additional range of motion in dorsiflexion. While on the surface it seemed to be a very extensive article, luckily for you and I alike, the foot and ankle are extremely complicated and thus true ankle health and “mobility” is a multifactorial issue, and often j...
Filed under: Announcements
Happy New Year!
by Carson Boddicker on Jan 1st, 2010
There it came and there it went, another year has gone by, and 2010 is now sitting in our laps. As I'm sure you all know, the "New Year's Resolution" train has hit full steam, and motivation can never by higher than the first few weeks. While I've never been a fan of the New Year's resolution concept (If I want something, I'm not waiting to start chasing it), I am a huge proponent of setting goals. I love setting goals so much, I do it nea...