Category: Rehab/Prehab

Swim, Bike, Run, Prehab, Testing, Analysis.

Improving Age-Group Triathlon Performance Part 2

Following from the previous post, here are two principles to consider while looking at movement efficiency. 𝗠𝗼𝘃𝗲𝗺𝗲𝗻𝘁 𝗣𝗿𝗶𝗻𝗰𝗶𝗽𝗹𝗲 Movement is the central (core) starting point for triathlon performance. Proper technique is established from functional alignment of the body exhibited by stability and muscular balance in both static and dynamic positions. We see this very clearly with…
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Lower back pain part 2!

If you still need more help with your lower back, this post is for you! Alternatively, you can find out more about our services here! If you are suffering from lower back tightness, discomfort, pain from running and cycling, the problem may not be from your lower back itself. Your hips consist of a complex…
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Low Back Pain 🏃‍♂️🤏?

Do you suffer from low back pain from running or cycling?  Low back pain is one of the most common issues our Feed Coaches are asked about. It can be tricky to solve, but there is one universal truth that almost every runner or cyclists with low back pain has hip flexors/psoas that are too tight. As a result every stride or pedal…
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Foam Roll Like a Pro.

A few weeks ago, I discovered I was using my foam roller all wrong. I was rolling out my muscles like a baking pin roller, up and down, back and forth on my legs and back. While it is called a “roller”, rolling isn’t the ideal way to use it. After watching a number of…
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FOOT 👣 WORK FOR RUNNERS: As we head into the off season, one of the key emphasis during the period is to prepare athletes for the upcoming season to progressively handle the intended volume and intensity. Often overlooked during the base period of training is improving movement mechanics. In order to progress in this aspect…
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Flexibility or Mobility?

Flexibility vs Mobility. What is it, and what it isn’t. Here’s a recall: This topic came up because one of our athlete, ShaoQi had mentioned his teacher and peers commented that he is really tight and ‘not flexible’, but yet when he does mobility sessions with us, he was able to hold hip flexion >120degree……
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