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Dr. Jas Randhawa
ALTIS Lead Performance Therapist, Canada Basketball Men's High Performance, Co-Founder Rehab 2 Performance, Featured in Movement Lectures, Physical Prep Coach
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Fortius Sport&Health Jan 14
Excited to partner with to host The Introduction to Performance Therapy Program in March! Sign up now ⬇️
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Jan 14
Replying to @GordonBosworth9
Should say Professor Bosworth!
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Athletigen Jan 10
Be sure to check out how is revolutionizing performance therapy! Shout out to our friends !
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ALTIS Jan 9
We are excited to partner with to host the next Introduction to Performance Therapy Program next month‼️ Join us in Englewood, Colorado on February, 23! Swipe through for more info and tap the link to register! ⬇️⬇️⬇️
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Andy Galpin Jan 7
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jason ross Jan 7
New blog post up on context vs perspective. LINK in Bio. Not enough to understand what someone is thinking, but why they are thinking it. Crucial skill for coach or…
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Devan N McConnell Dec 21
Individualization within the team setting is about identifying buckets...who needs to prioritize what, and how can you create a system that addresses those concerns while respecting the realities of team training.
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Athletics Australia Dec 10
Christian Malcolm Appointed to Help Lead Australian Athletics to Tokyo 2020 and Beyond
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Joe Eisenmann PhD Dec 7
Coach - give me the first 10 min of practice.
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Jorge Carvajal Dec 7
If your presenting at a S&C conference in 2019, here’s what we’d like to see more of. 1. Mistakes and how you overcame them 2. Your testing methodology and why’s 3. How you organize workouts 4. Progressions/regressions of athletes 4. Case studies 5. Your training data
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Jason Hettler Dec 7
Basic Mechanical Principles of Running “Art and style are allied, as are science and technique.” John T. Powell (1960)
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Jason Hettler Dec 7
The Tow Method - Training of the Future? 🤔 “...to develop & increase the capacity of the lungs, stretch all of the muscles of a runner’s legs, and strengthen the stride of the runner.” Al Lawrence (1960)
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Jeff Cubos Dec 6
In an age of information and opinion overload, has always been a sound filter for me. This is probably one of the most important presentations available online today. It’s on 360 from earlier this fall.
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Dec 1
Great book and one I think every coach (therapists are coaches, coaches are therapists) should read. Thanks to for recommending
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Dec 1
I wonder how #2 on the key considerations would change if a weight and hydration test were implemented across the board? Great stuff in here !
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Dec 1
Replying to @ryan_timmins @ALTIS
Great question Ryan, for us it starts with an understanding of this and this to provide context on how to best probe these complex situations as there is no one way to measure
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Doug Kechijian Nov 27
The Short Sprints online course is an incredibly comprehensive resource for physios/sports med providers who work with runners and field sport athletes. Quality of information vastly exceeds any formal running related material I've encountered from within my profession.
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ALTIS Education Nov 25
📚 Sunday Reading! Sticking with the main theme of the weekend with yesterday’s UK Introduction to Performance Therapy Program - today's article from discusses the development of the performance therapy model. Check it out ⬇️⬇️
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ALTIS Nov 25
“Many common injuries are the result of systemic dysfunction. For this reason, we look to correct aberrant mechanics rather than simply treat symptomatic tissues.” -
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Nov 25
Great conversations yesterday , glad you enjoyed it!
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