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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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Chris Miller Jun 15
Maybe it’s not all about money? Maybe top coaches don’t view free exchange of information as a threat? Maybe what’s best for the sport is more talented young men and women being properly developed rather than being blown up and burnt out by coaches who lack quality resources...?
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Fergus Connolly Jun 12
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Jorge Carvajal Jun 11
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God Jun 9
If you can't get along with Canada you're not human.
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ALTIS Education Jun 5
“Performance Therapy is not a dictatorship - rather it is a team effort that requires education on all ends.” -
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LaMonte Vaughn Jun 2
I love what this group does. They are educators and scientists. But they keep it real and don’t talk over your head. I’d love to just spend a week listening, watching, and learning.
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Dr. Jas Randhawa May 31
Replying to @Fergus_Connolly @ALTIS
Looking forward to this!!!
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Fergus Connolly May 31
My latest Podcast on - Leadership, Culture - Commonalities between military, elite sports - The process of proper analysis - Learning from errors - Analytics versus gut decision making And genetics and our environment! via @ALTISworld
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Nate Brookreson May 29
Needs Analysis 1️⃣ Sport coach interview 📆 Yearly schedule 📊 Competition priority ⛹🏻‍♂️ Practice style 🥇 Tactical strategy 2️⃣ Notational analysis of sport 3️⃣ Bioenergetic demands 4️⃣ Injury history of athlete 5️⃣ Physical profiling What do others look at?
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Dr. Jas Randhawa May 31
Replying to @greenfeetPT
They are more than welcome to come spend time with us, perhaps a different perspective on what is, and isn’t, capable will change there mind
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Doug Kechijian May 31
Physios who quote research studies supposedly proving that running technique doesn’t matter or can’t be modified for the better might consider collaborating with people with running like track and field coaches
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ALTIS May 31
A win for in the Rome 💎 400 in 44.33!! And a huge PR for taking third in 44.58! Awesome work guys!! 👊👊👊
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Stuart McMillan May 29
Replying to @StuartMcMillan1
I am a fan of both eccentric and isometric posterior chain loading, but know this: No amount of specific strength will ‘bulletproof’ an athlete with poor technique.
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Stuart McMillan May 29
1. Track & Field is the foundation of all sports 2. A key to athlete health is technical proficiency
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Stuart McMillan May 29
Replying to @StuartMcMillan1
As sprinting underpins all field-based sports, it is imperative that coaches understand how to effectively teach appropriate sprinting technique.
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JB Morin May 28
REALLY Analysing sprint form This article should/will become a reference 😳 excellent work 👏🎯 The ALTIS Kinogram Method via
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Fergus Connolly May 28
No, that’s not the point - it’s an example of if you attempt to over prescribe and assign hierarchical specific roles your high performance staff will fail to function optimally
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Patrick Ward May 28
Exactly. A performance staff. To quote "We all have a role and depending on the issue we are dealing with, anyone of us is skilled enough to take the lead and the others follow."
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Charlie Weingroff May 28
In the end, titles or tasks matter much less when the staff is put together with the right people in the right way. We probably need titles for position descriptions & the proper SOP for allocating $$. After that, it's a staff, just like the 11 guys of each side of the football.
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Stuart McMillan May 28
We wrote a short article on on the kinogram method. Let and I know what you think.
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