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9.27.2013
Preventative Sports Medicine
The Pingry School is located in Martinsville, New Jersey. Doug Scott is the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach. The hallmark of any strength and
9.6.2013
Balance Training
Maintaining one’s body’s center of mass over its base of support is called balance.   We make automatic adjustments to maintain posture and stability in
8.27.2013
A Strength Coach On Strength Training
Gabe Harrington has a Masters degree from Michigan State University. He has coached at MSU, the United States Military Academy and most recently was
7.31.2013
Program Design
Knowing how to properly perform each repetition of an exercise is essential, yet this is only a small part of program design.   Laying
7.28.2013
One Way On The Pendulum 3-Way Row
The Pendulum 3-Way Row has three distinct handles for training, yet the machine allows for other techniques.  The underhand grip is for the latissimus
6.17.2013
Balance, Proprioception, Muscle Spindles
We unconsciously perceive our movement and spatial orientation from stimuli within the body itself, this is called proprioception.  For example when standing and leaning
5.12.2013
Jaw, Head And Neck Strength
A few things to chew over   The Pendulum 4 Way Neck * The maximum bite force of athletes is significantly higher than the
5.1.2013
Whiplash, Concussions, Neck Strength, Pre-injury, Return To Play
At the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine conference in San Diego, Dr. Daniel Herman and his constitutes presented important and interesting findings regarding the
2.24.2013
Neck Strength And Concussions
Recently, Dawn Comstock, associate professor of epidemiology at the Colorado School of Public Health, presented some important findings in a pilot study of the