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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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Dr. Jas Randhawa retweeted
ALTIS Dec 5
“Strength values are not necessarily critical to sprinting. We have to be careful with what we define as weakness or deficiency.”
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ALTIS Dec 5
Research can be reductionist and myopic - be careful of the cut and paste method to coaching and planning -
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Dec 5
is doing a fantasic job!
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Bill Knowles Dec 5
Reconditioning is a performance based model for athletes following injury. understand this and supported JC throughout his journey.
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Hayley Wickenheiser Dec 5
My statement on decision on today:
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Dr. Jas Randhawa retweeted
ALTIS Dec 1
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Dr. Jas Randhawa retweeted
ALTIS Dec 2
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ALTIS Dec 1
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Dr. Marc Bubbs Nov 24
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Canada Basketball Nov 21
When has an open look, there's no need to hold your applause 👏👏
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Andreas Behm Nov 21
Good first day of 🚧 approach work for 💥💥
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Dr. Jeremy Koenig Nov 17
Learn from the best coaches and educators when it comes to unlocking your potential!
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Dr. Marc Bubbs Oct 17
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Tim Gabbett Sep 28
More evidence on the benefits of early loading following muscle injury. Front-end your rehab and it will save you plenty in the back-end!
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Sep 28
Replying to @TimGabbett
Couldn't agree more , thanks for finding this!
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Sep 28
Agile periodization has many advantages but I also think it allows you to understand what your MVP and MED are
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Sep 14
Replying to @StuartMcMillan1
*muppetts, you probably lost some muppets today....
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Adam Weir Sep 13
Great body of work on in athletes thesis - free online LINK: Please share and RT
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Dr. M. Ali Abbasi Sep 13
Imaging often doesn't change initial mgmt & outcomes;reported imaging findings are usually common & not necessarily related to pt’s symptoms
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Tim Gabbett Sep 13
"Load" impacts everyone (athletes, patients, truck drivers...). Do yourself a favor and register for .
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