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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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Adam Welker Oct 19
If you are in the area you definitely don't want to miss this!
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Oct 19
We believe the key to developing successful athletes is by surrounding them with the right network of experts, all working together to implement process driven goals. Looking forward to discussing this approach in the UK at the Intro to PTP!
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Oct 18
Replying to @kenhoye @ALTISEdu and 2 others
Really looking forward to it!!!
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Ken Hoye Oct 18
Signed up for the UK course on Performance therapy. It’s going to be Epic!
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Paul Glazier Oct 18
There’s a few ecological dynamicists on here that would disagree!
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Oct 17
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Oct 16
Greg you are bang on with that, people are attracted to simple systems because there is a recipe to follow.
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Oct 15
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Oct 12
Replying to @GregLehman
That you don’t know how to lay flooring???
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Oct 12
Replying to @CoachAlanBishop
Great to see someone using traditional pulls from the floor, also like the fact you aren't afraid to get some spinal loading through the squat!
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ALTIS Oct 12
🌎 Ready or not here we come!!! The Performance Therapy Program is heading to the U.K. 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧 Find out more 👇👇👇
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PJ Vazel Oct 11
⚫️ RIP Paavo Komi 🇫🇮 1939-2018, one of the world’s leader in neuromuscular function in exercise, immense influence as (co)author of about 500 scientific publications & 300 conferences since 1968, incl. biomechanical research projects with &
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Keith Baar Oct 9
If you increase the fluid in a muscle, you increase the passive stiffness of the muscle. . This means that as you exercise and deplete glycogen passive stiffness in the muscle should go down.
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Sophia Nimphius Oct 9
At a time when research (and scientific understanding) of elite athletes is being queried, a great chance to answer and lead some of those actual research Q’s w/ access to a level of athletes found in few places! Please read on to understand the premise and the details
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Oct 9
Very excited about this! This will be the first time the PTP program will be presented outside of North America, better believe we will be bringing the heat!!
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Oct 8
Replying to @Prehmmr247 @O_Ash and 7 others
Hell ya!
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Oct 7
Would love to chat about this as we have found the opposite. Have you looked into what Keith is doing?
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Firas Zahabi Oct 6
Very true. If you insult a man be ready to face him. Dillon Danis needs to grow up. If Marcelo Garcia (the sweetest man in Jiu-Jitsu) kicks u out of his gym then u are as intolerable as u can get.
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Liz Haynes 🐟🔬 Sep 27
Very happy to announce that Henry He from the Huisken lab and I are the first place entry for the 2018 photomicroscopy competition! Check out those sensory axons!
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Sep 28
"One important idea is that science is a means whereby learning is achieved, not by mere theoretical speculation on the one hand, nor by the undirected accumulation of practical facts on the other, but rather by a motivated iteration between theory and practice."- George E P Box
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