Resisted Running – A Tool for Everyone

Resisted Running - A Tool for Everyone Resisted running | Typically relegated to sprinting individual athletes, resisted running is a novel method of creating additional demands for running. The academic literature is not entirely sold on whether resisted spriting is...

Athletic Trainers Rock Sports Medicine

  Athletic trainers (also known as ATs or ATCs) are highly qualified, multi-skilled healthcare professionals who specialize in preventing, diagnosing, and treating musculoskeletal injuries and illnesses. Their scope of practice typically entails primary care,...

Why Trainers Are Using RockFloss For Marathon Training, Rehab & Performance

As any athletic trainer marathon training would, Mitch Hauschildt has a foolproof game plan for optimizing runners’ performance during pre-marathon runs. Discover how to utilize soft tissue flossing for running recovery to improve range of motion, down-regulate pain*...

Marathon Training With MS: The Benefits of Vibration Therapy

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a medical condition that affects the nervous system. A major goal for people with MS is to stimulate and keep their nervous system functioning at a high level (without irritating it).  This is especially true when training for an endurance...

Don’t Trip – Running With Drop Foot

Foot drop is a reduction in ankle dorsiflexion during the swing phase of gait, preventing flexing up the foot at the ankle. Runners experiencing "drop foot" typically alter their gait to compensate for the lack of mobility, which could cause other problems (stress...

Postural Taping for Runners

As any athletic trainer marathon training would, Mitch Hauschildt has a foolproof game plan for optimizing runners' performance during pre-marathon runs. Discover why proper posture can improve a runner's breathing, stride, speed and overall efficiency.   As a...

Increasing Sensation for MS Patients With IASTM

Neuropathy is one of the most frequent symptoms that dramatically reduces the quality of life for patients with Multiple sclerosis (MS). Massage therapy and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) can be helpful for MS patients to prevent or relieve...

The Best Coach Gift Guide Ever

This is a list of the best gifts for coaches on the internet, written by our favorite Functional Movement Training (FMT) coach (and bulked up by my swim coach), for all coaches! From gifts that say “Thank you,” and “I’m grateful for your all your hard work” to “Marry...

Treating Common Baseball Injuries with IASTM

As the Professional Baseball season winds down, player injuries and baseball athlete joint health become a large part of staying in the game — typically, baseball players suffer from overuse injuries, such as tendinosis’, tendinopathies and chronic soft tissue...

Neurostimulation & IASTM Treatment Options for Popular Pediatric Conditions

Manual therapy is experiencing a paradigm shift. We have long focused our attentions on the mechanical effects of treating soft tissue (skin, fascia, muscles, tendons, ligaments); now, with more evidence pointing to the nervous system and its ability to normalize...

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Resisted running

Resisted Running – A Tool for Everyone

Resisted Running - A Tool for Everyone Resisted running | Typically relegated to sprinting individual athletes, resisted running is a novel method of creating additional demands for running. The academic literature is not entirely sold on whether resisted spriting is...

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March is National Athletic Training Month

Athletic Trainers Rock Sports Medicine

  Athletic trainers (also known as ATs or ATCs) are highly qualified, multi-skilled healthcare professionals who specialize in preventing, diagnosing, and treating musculoskeletal injuries and illnesses. Their scope of practice typically entails primary care,...

read more
Vibration

Marathon Training With MS: The Benefits of Vibration Therapy

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a medical condition that affects the nervous system. A major goal for people with MS is to stimulate and keep their nervous system functioning at a high level (without irritating it).  This is especially true when training for an endurance...

read more

Don’t Trip – Running With Drop Foot

Foot drop is a reduction in ankle dorsiflexion during the swing phase of gait, preventing flexing up the foot at the ankle. Runners experiencing "drop foot" typically alter their gait to compensate for the lack of mobility, which could cause other problems (stress...

read more
Posture Taping, X aross the back of shoulders to bottom scapulae

Postural Taping for Runners

As any athletic trainer marathon training would, Mitch Hauschildt has a foolproof game plan for optimizing runners' performance during pre-marathon runs. Discover why proper posture can improve a runner's breathing, stride, speed and overall efficiency.   As a...

read more
RockBlades IASTM treatment on the leg

Increasing Sensation for MS Patients With IASTM

Neuropathy is one of the most frequent symptoms that dramatically reduces the quality of life for patients with Multiple sclerosis (MS). Massage therapy and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) can be helpful for MS patients to prevent or relieve...

read more

The Best Coach Gift Guide Ever

This is a list of the best gifts for coaches on the internet, written by our favorite Functional Movement Training (FMT) coach (and bulked up by my swim coach), for all coaches! From gifts that say “Thank you,” and “I’m grateful for your all your hard work” to “Marry...

read more
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