1) Down and back isn’t always right for our shoulder patients. In fact, some people need the opposite. This months article goes over how to assess and treat someone for overhead shoulder exercises.
2) This is awesome – slow-mo clean & jerk video with analysis from olympic lifting coach Jim Schmitz.
3) A new knee ligament? Researchers have found an Anterolateral Ligament (ALL) in the knee. Is this a profound advancement in anatomy? Or is this just a carved out fascial thickening?
4) Great perspective on hamstring tightness. Mike Reinold discusses how a tight hip flexor can pull the pelvis into an anterior pelvic tilt, thus decreasing the contralateral straight leg raise. You could use the 90-90 active posterior chain test in hooklying to further Continue reading “November Hits”