Stephen Covey tells us that principles are fundamental truths that are permanent, unchanging, and universal in nature. Like gravity, they are ever present and deeply rooted in all that we do, whether we choose to acknowledge them or not. Methods and tactics will change, but principles are constant. You can choose from a handful of different ways to hang a picture frame, but no matter how you choose to do it, a screw goes in when turned to the right and comes out when turned t
Should I get an MRI? Radiographs ABSOLUTELY have their place in healthcare, however they must be used correctly. . . Whenever we are considering administering a test, whether it be an X-ray, MRI, or functional test, we must ask these very crucial questions…is the test valid and in fact test what it claims to test (validity), are the results reliable if we retest (reliability), and will the results of the test change my treatment approach, improve my patient’s outcomes, or pos
Misinformation from untrustworthy resources is insidiously infecting both health and fitness, leading to broken promises, false expectations, inaccurate claims, and physical and mental injury. Always a pleasure to collaborate with @strengthinevidence_physio of @thestrengthguys. Enjoy Part 2! Thank you for all the questions and please keep them coming for next time! . . In Part 2 we talk about: . Exercise variations and the principle of specificity in bodybuilders vs. powerlif
VIDEO LINK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6bDc9VrzZY&t=2734s Misinformation from untrustworthy resources is insidiously infecting both health and fitness, leading to broken promises, false expectations, inaccurate claims, and physical and mental injury.
Simon Sinek tells us that trust is a feeling and as with all positive feelings, it has to be earned, it evolves, and it takes a series of actions to prove that one is worthy of trust. Trust cannot be dictated.
Really cool to collaborate with Jacob Templar of The Strength Guys for a discussion and Q&A session! Coming together within and across professions is EXACTLY what both healthcare and fitness so desperately need. Thank you for all the questions and please keep them coming for next time! Enjoy Part 1! In Part 1 we talk about:
-My background and my role at 3DMJ -Navigating the “information age” in fitness and healthcare -Working side by side with coaches -Our general approach to