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Daniel Martinez
Entheos Athletics | US Consultant for | MS in S&C | CSCS | ASCA L2 | USAW SPC (Views my own)
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Daniel Martinez 13h
Doesn't have to be VBT, paraphrasing Bondarchuk it's rational v irrational. Largely captured by 🏄🏻F-V ➡️W-U ➡️ME, minimize ⬇️ in F-V dynamic
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Daniel Martinez 14h
Don't forget VBT is largely concentric VBT... need to consider complete contractile characteristics (i.e. ECC + ISO). ME where?
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Daniel Martinez 15h
Sequence and integration factors driven through micro --> macro to be sure!
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Ryan Horn 15h
Big engines require big transmissions."Proximal stiffness enhances distal mobility and athleticism."
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Daniel Martinez 15h
I love the posterior chain but am far more concerned with the vertical core
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Daniel Martinez 16h
Replying to @FedExHelp
Did not ship. Box I had was unique proportion and was in terrible condition from previous travel, so she built me a new one.
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Daniel Martinez 16h
Replying to @FedExHelp
Yes, help me know that you appreciate fantastic employees like Robyn.
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Dan Howells 16h
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Daniel Martinez 16h
not our favorite company right now, but Robyn at store 185 in San Antonio saved my butt by literally building me a box! Blown away!
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Lachlan James Aug 17
BTW For anyone questioning the presence of fascicle lengthening during the downward phase of an unloaded CMJ: Whomp, there it is.
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Lachlan James Aug 18
You can see that the force is increasing along with the fascicle length before the expected bottom of the CM is reached
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Lachlan James Aug 15
Getting back into some fascicle tracking lately. Looking forward to getting these papers out there
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JLA Aug 18
A great podcast from a legend in performance biomechanics . Great insights into real world vs research. 👏🏽👏🏽
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Jake Schuster Aug 17
Dude is wicked smart
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Rob Pacey Aug 17
NEW Pacey Performance Podcast #149 | talks IMUs, applied biomechanics, & asymmetries
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Adam Sullivan Aug 17
Firstbeat seminar with : "No AMS or spreadsheet will reduce injury risk, appropriate physical training reduces injury risk".
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sarah shephard Aug 17
One of the pieces she took shots for was this: A look at group of young GB sprinters at Lee Valley
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ALTIS Aug 17
Why - and how - eccentric training methods should be used with your athletes.
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Daniel Martinez Aug 17
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Sophia Nimphius Aug 17
Train an athlete not just to be resilient in their BEST position but also resilient DESPITE their position
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