Posts Tagged ‘running speed’
Filed under: corrective exercise, Manual Therapy
Hamstrings, Suboccipitals, and Running Speed
by Carson Boddicker on Nov 2nd, 2010
In the past three months nearly every athlete I assess who is DN on their toe touch pattern remarks just how tight their hamstrings are. While this may be part of the picture, it is not the Gestalt, which you know already if you've been around the industry for any period of time so I will not rehash it here in great detail. We know that manual or self-massage to the plantar fascia can improve to touch patterns without even approaching the ha...
Filed under: coaching, Continuing Education
The Learnings of A Nomad: Part II
by Carson Boddicker on Mar 17th, 2009
As I mentioned in the last post, moving can be tough. The amazing thing about my parents is that they were always looking out for me. When faced with a move in the middle of high school to a completely contrasting setting, my parents' largest concern was not how far from the house the office was located or that they could afford a little more house in another place, but instead how good of an education I could receive and if it was somewhere ...