Posts Tagged ‘dynamic neuromuscular stabilization’
Filed under: corrective exercise, strength training
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization in Baseball with Nate Shaw of the Diamondbacks
by Carson Boddicker on Jul 27th, 2010
This week we're in for a treat. A few weeks back, I had the good fortune to spend a few hours with the Arizona Diamondbacks' sports medicine and performance team. They're an incredibly intelligent bunch of guys who have a strong manual therapy basis, a command of DNS, and how all of it fits together for baseball players. As DNS is a popular topic as of late, I had Nate Shaw, their strength coach, put together some thoughts on the basics of the...
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Friday Musings Again
by Carson Boddicker on Apr 16th, 2010
Just a few thoughts to let you chew on over the weekend. 1. Tonight I'm headed down to Phoenix to attend Perform Better's one day seminar, learn a thing or two, meet some old friends, and find some new friends. There is no question that it will be a great day as the presenters are nothing short of excellent (Boyle, Durkin, Cook, Cosgrove) and will be giving presentations that I've yet to see. Better than that, however, is the opportunity...