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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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SprintersCompendium Feb 18
Excited to present tomorrow , . It's a great honor to share my research with men and women I respect. There will be live tweeting starting @ 2:15 pm MNT time. Follow us as I discuss the Commonalities Between Elite Speed Practitioners.
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CJ Ujah Feb 17
Humble in victory & defeat. Got half the job done massive thank you to my team, family and friends. Glasgow see you next week! 😜
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ALTIS Feb 13
Join us for the Performance Therapy Program in April! Led by and this is an opportunity to receive hands-on learning experience in a world-class environment. Check it out -
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JB Morin Feb 6
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Charlie Weingroff Feb 5
I'm a systems guy.
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Olga Harvey Feb 4
Love love love this story of Travel and Training grant recipient !!!
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ALTIS Feb 3
"Structural integrity refers to the synergistic capacity of the musculoskeletal chains to operate in balance for effective force transfer & movement efficiency" - Foundation Course 💪 How do you incorporate this work in your program? 🎓 Find out more:
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ALTIS Jan 31
It's been great having in town for a few days! Make sure to check out the if you're in the UK!
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Elana Meyers Taylor OLY Jan 31
It's not every night day you get your face and likeness on a cup! Thanks
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Marco Cardinale Jan 31
Exhibit #1: training methodology in elite athletes producing "typical" improvements of about 30% in Force/Power after a period of training: fact or fiction?
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Nic Jan 30
How about those angles! It’s about as good as its gets right there, Thanks altis…
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ALTIS Jan 27
Winter Olympian hit 9.03 m/s at a load equivalent to 10% BW today with
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ALTIS Jan 27
On a short training camp in Phoenix prior to the Winter Olympics hit 1629W at a load equivalent to 75% BW today with 💪💪💪
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ALTIS Jan 25
Thanks to Dr. Ralph Mann and for stopping by at the track today and doing some bio-mechanical analysis with our US athletes. Here he is with and
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ALTIS Jan 24
🚨 ALTIS NEWS ALERT! 🚨 🎓 We're delighted to announce the Apprentice Coach Program has been approved for 2.0 CEUs in Category A by the 👓 For further information & how to book, click the link below! ⬇️ 📲
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Dr. Jas Randhawa Jan 21
Would love to hear your thoughts on this Bill
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Nic Taylor Jan 15
Heading to Korea for the Olympics! + thank you so much!It came down to the last run, of the last race but we pulled it off! And thank you for giving me a place to grow, develop, and learn made the impossible old news!@USBSF
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ALTIS Jan 13
The win and meet record 7.65 for at the UW Indoor Preview in Seattle, while wins the 2nd section in 7.93. Nice start to the season for the hurdles crew
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ALTIS Jan 10
📣 BREAKING: The has awarded Continuing Education Units to the ALTIS Foundation Course. The NSCA award provides 2.0 CEUs in category D, for certified individuals who complete the course. Check out all the information here: 🎓
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Stuart McMillan Jan 7
Pushing, Pulling, Media, Brain, Breath, and the Atomic Bomb UNLOAD 2018: Week One - my notes from the past week
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