Part 2/3: Attention Soccer Players, Coaches, and Trainers!! Are you or your athletes at risk of an ACL injury?
By David MaioloFollowing on from Part 1, I will take you through a few examples of tests that you can use in your athletic screening process. Note that these tests reflect the injury mechanisms for an ACL injury seen in part 1 (e.g. drop vertical jump [double &...read more
Part 1/3: Attention Soccer Players, Coaches, And Trainers!! Are you or your athletes at risk of an ACL injury?
By David MaioloPART 1In this 3 part series, I will discuss the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) and it’s relation to soccer performance. The ACL is one of the most common yet highly PREVENTABLE knee ligament injuries that occurs in soccer. I will cover the following...read more
"Nothing is impossible" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9jg2nhAMxQ Chances are, if you watched the video above, you simply wrote off what you just witnessed as some kind of anomaly. A 'Freak of Nature' if you will. You probably saw what he was able to do with his...read more
True performance = [The biomechanics of improved mobility (Greater Range of motion & control)] X [Strength/Power (Force able to be applied)] Equations truly are a beautiful thing. They represent the most simple way to describe a phenomenon with a high level of...read more
If you have been following along, you will know that mobility is incredibly important for optimal health and performance. However, you will also know that it is poorly understood. Today I want to talk about why mobility is a function of our daily lives and the...read more
By Sarah Antico | Exercise PhysiologistWith the running season fast approaching, now is the optimal time to consider how best to approach the race of your choice. It is easy to get caught up in the buzz of training, especially if it’s your first big race so here are...read more
Patellofemoral pain (PFP) has a high prevalence in general practice, orthopaedic, and sports settings. Pain is exacerbated by tasks which increase patellofemoral joint (PFJ) loading including running, squatting and stair negotiation, with occupational and physical...read more
One of the most common injuries suffered by athletes and gym-goers is tendinopathy, more commonly known as tendinitis, however this term is technically incorrect as 'itis' means inflammation and this is not thought to play a big role in most tendon issues....read more
In our first Video Blog find out from MTP Founder Luke Kane, what makes Move Train Perform different to other physical therapy practices and how understanding your movement roadblocks can improve your performance and reduce your risk of injury.read more
Q: What is the most important movement in CrossFit/Weightlifting/Sports/Life.....? Not the squat.Not the deadlift.Not the clean.Not the snatch.Not the swing.Not a box jump.Not kipping.... None of these are the most important movement in CrossFit or in any form of...read more