7.23.2013

The Grip Cart

There are basic anatomical classifications of the types of ways our hands and fingers interact with objects - power grip, pinch grip, precision grip, hook grip, ball grip and finger abduction and adduction - are standards of interactions that must be addressed when designing exercise protocols

7.18.2013

Grip Cart

When your hands are strong, you are strong. In athletics, thehands grab a stick, bat, ball or adversary. In contact sports like football and wrestlin

7.14.2013

Direct Stretching

A reliable hand-held dynamometer was used to determine the end point of range of motion (ROM) before and after the application of a treatment.

6.30.2013

Squatting

Coaches and athletes spend hours, days, months, years on squatting form. Sitting low with the back straight and maintaining form to the top of the movement is desired.

6.19.2013

5 Yard Agility Program

The 5 Yard Agility Program is easy to set up. It was created to be done by one person, in groups, or together as a team.