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November 6, 2016Health News You Can Use

60% of Adults Prescribed Opioids Have Leftover Pills

Prescription opioid deaths have quadrupled since 1999, yet even as the heartbreaking effect of the opioid epidemic increases, Americans are holding on to—and sharing—their pills. A Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health survey found that 60% of American adults prescribed opioids keep leftover pills, and 1 in 5 reported sharing their medication with someone […]

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October 27, 2016AllPro Sports Performance

Wave Loading

What is wave loading? I’ve done it a few times in the past without realizing what it really was. The classic article on T-Nation was written by Ian King, listed below: Ian King’s Wave Loading Manifesto Ian runs King Sports International out in Nevada and a quick read through his bio tells you this guy […]

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October 27, 2016Health News You Can Use

Physical Therapist’s Guide to Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects approximately 1% of the United States population. RA often results in pain and inflammation in joints on both sides of the body, and can become disabling due to its effect on the immune system. A physical therapist can help manage the symptoms of RA, enhancing […]

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October 18, 2016AllPro Sports Performance

The Butt-Wink and Squatting

Alright, so my buddy posted a video of him going ass to grass front squatting at #205 for reps. Now, I know that he’s been slowly getting back into lifting so I commended him on the effort but I noticed a pretty extensive butt-wink. I’m a coach, I couldn’t help it. He asked a few […]

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October 10, 2016AllPro Sports Performance

Sometimes, Simplicity is King

I tend to over complicate things. I don’t know if you do either but often times I find myself overthinking problems that have easy solutions. Folks with advanced degrees might even be more prone to this type of thinking. Typically, the internal monologue goes something like this: “I’ve gone to school (for 4, 6, 7, […]

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