Posts Tagged ‘stress’
Filed under: Anatomy and Physiology, Program Design, regeneration
Stress and Quantification: Patrick Ward
by Carson Boddicker on Aug 18th, 2010
Lately, Patrick Ward, has been hell bent on understanding the stress response, stress resistance and how it all applies to training. He's offered a great series of blogs in the past few days, including one he was kind enough to share with you all reading this blog on quantification and qualification of stress in the training process. Enjoy! Regards, Carson Boddicker CB@BoddickerPerformance.com _______________________________________...
Filed under: Anatomy and Physiology
The amazing body…
by Carson Boddicker on Jan 29th, 2009
As I was doing a bit of reading last night, I was stuck with yet another fact about the body that made me realize exactly how amazing and adaptable the body can be. It was the story of a girl born without a tibia in one leg, which is the main weight-bearing bone of the lower leg. Over time, however, her fibula began to take on morphologies until it was indistinguishable from the tibia of the other leg. Think about that. The body is so goo...