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Accurate Diagnoses and Comprehensive Treatment Strategies for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Jan 15, 2024

I want to point out that a precise diagnosis is essential before embarking on carpal tunnel release surgery, a crucial consideration applicable to all surgical procedures. The potential...

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Small Workouts

Nov 06, 2023

Small workouts are 15-30 minute compressed workouts that, unlike larger and more intense workouts, can be done every 24 hours or so. Larger workouts should be done every 48-72 hours. 


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Reverse Hyper Set-Up

Oct 26, 2023


  1. Spine Position
    1. The closer to the pelvis, the lower the spinal segment (L4/5) and may be easier from a leverage standpoint.
    2. The higher toward the ribcage the more lumbar segments are loaded...
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3-Day Training Split to Improve Absolute Strength, Speed Strength, and Hypertrophy

Oct 24, 2023

I love training. I love experimenting, exploring, tinkering, and creating. When I program, I imagine being a type of athlete and creating a program that I’d want if I were a particular type...

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Enhance Shoulder Mobility with Sleeper Position Training: Video Guide

Oct 03, 2023

Another one of our go-to training positions we use as practitioners is the sleeper position. This training position is primarily used to train the shoulder in the zone of internal rotation. From...

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Elbow Training for Tennis & Golfer’s Elbow

Oct 02, 2023

The suffix itis, as in arthritis or tendonitis, means inflammation. The prefixes arthro and tendono, give the location of the inflammatory disease. The latter being the tendon and the former in the...

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Practicing the 90/90 Training Position

Oct 01, 2023

One of our favorite training positions we use as practitioners and in the A.C.C.E.S. training programs is the 90/90 position. One of the reasons we like this training position so much is its...

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Strength: Challenging Sociocultural Biases

May 15, 2023

Strength can be a complex and multifaceted concept that is influenced by a range of societal and cultural factors. The mental model surrounding strength is a sociocultural phenomenon. As a society,...

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Understanding the Untrained Nervous System

May 01, 2023

The terms "trained" and "untrained" provide a useful way to describe the physical states of various systems, and can be applied in a breadth of contexts when describing the past experiences or...

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Manual Therapy: What are the keys to a successful treatment plan?

Apr 04, 2023

An effective manual therapy plan relies on three key elements: communication, assessment, and strategy. Clear communication between the practitioner and client is critical to ensure that goals are...

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