CES

A Breakdown of Bicep Tendonitis

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull |
You've probably heard the term biceps tendonitis as gym members highlight an ache or pain at the front of their shoulder. But what is biceps tendonitis and what can be done to avoid it?
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CES Sports Performance

Injury Prevention Strategies for Figure Skating

Brian Sutton, MA, MS, CSCS, NASM-CPT, CNC, CES, PES
Brian Sutton, MA, MS, CSCS, NASM-CPT, CNC, CES, PES |
Figure skaters are grace and skill on ice. These athletes’ determination, athleticism, and work ethic cannot be overstated, as the sport of competitive figure skating is both physically and mentally demanding. It is through undeniable grit, dedication, ...
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CES CPT

I Sit All Day Long and Everything Aches.

DeWayne Smith, MS, NASM-CES, PES, CNC |
Let’s face it, at one point or another, we’ve all had to sit for extended periods of time, looking at, or working on something in front of us. Whether it was in high school math class, Intro to Athletic Training in our undergraduate program, or our ...
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CES

Optimizing Thoracic Spine Mobility with Corrective Exercise

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull |
Thoracic mobility has become a buzzword over the last several years. This is likely due to the constant barrage of messages dealing with functional movement and mobility versus stability, along with the increased popularity of many movement-based ...
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CES

Exercises for Relieving Foot Pain

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull |
Foot pain can be one of the most debilitating types of pain and discomfort for both the average individual and the athlete alike. To put it simply, when your feet hurt, everything hurts. The foot is essentially the
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CES Fitness Sports Performance Joint Health

Shoulder Function: Enhancing Scapular Stabilization

Thomas F. West, PhD, LAT, ATC |
Our upper extremity is designed around our hands, our primary tool in manipulating objects in our environment. To this end, the shoulder complex provides the upper extremity with a wide range of motion, allowing us to position our hands in front of, ...
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CES CPT stretching

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Stretches: Corrective Exercise for the Wrist

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull |
Wrist injuries are very common. This is especially true for those on the ice and snow, and also in wheeled sports and activities such as skating and skateboarding in more recent years. In fact, wrist injuries are the second most common type of upper ...
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CES CPT warm-up

Foam Rolling Techniques: A 4 Step Formula

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull |
Different foam rolling techniques: Why the fuss? It seems as though the best way to foam roll is in the name—roll. Rolling back and forth does have some merit and support from the scientific community. In a recently published review of foam rolling,
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CES Fitness Senior Fitness

Posture Exercises for Seniors: Improving The Health of Your Older Clients

David Cruz, DC, CSCS, FMS, SFMA |
We can all relate to our mothers telling us to “sit up” and “don’t slouch” when we were kids but never really took it to heart. Now research is indicating that mom actually did know best about posture.
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CES

Research in Review: Does foam rolling in the warm-up improve performance?

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull |
See how foam rolling plus a dynamic warm-up affected performance testing results in college athletes.
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