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1. Adjunct Services
(SSI Services)
...deo analysis? Biomechanical assessment can be an integral component in a complete injury prevention, injury recovery, and performance optimization plan. Video analysis is typically broken into two ses...

2. Hammer Nutrition
... E-Caps has been an SSI sponsor since 2003. After researching all of the nutritonal products, sport and recovery drinks, and supplements on the market, I came to the unbiased conclusion that E-cap...

3. Mission Statement
(What is SSI?)
...aining" is synonymous with injury prevention, and "rehabilitation" is synonymous with injury recovery. Both are directly related to optimal human performance - one of the primary key el...

4. Physical Therapy / Physiotherapy
(What is SSI?)
Physiotherapy, or physical therapy as it is also known, assists in the process of injury recovery. This could be a muscular or joint injury, a post-surgical orthopaedic condition, or even a non-sports

5. RunSmart
(SSI Services)
...ur weeks. This includes sessions on running biomechanics/form,  strength-plyometrics-drills, and "Recovery-Centered Training". The program will guide you in developing an optimal traini...

6. Smart Life Institute
(SSI Services)
...sessions. This includes sessions on running biomechanics/form,  strength-plyometrics-drills, and "Recovery-Centered Training". The program will guide you in developing an optimal traini...

...dedication to the goal, fight the adversity that life brings us, and trust ourselves, our training, and our recovery. And perhaps Armstrong has simply shown us exactly that. Photo credit: paulcoster...
Sunday, 23 May 2010

8. MDT: A Powerful Tool With Athletes
(Blog/Clinical Insights)
...egies, directional preference, and thus safe aspects of training that can be resumed early on in the injury recovery process. The sports medicine world is traditionally very "pathology-driven", so m...
Sunday, 25 April 2010

...r 12 from 12:00 - 2:00 PM. Besselink will be discussing his approach to both injury-free running and injury recovery, and signing copies of his book "RunSmart: A Comprehensive Approach To Injury-...
Saturday, 05 December 2009

...ning, and can do so in a dynamic fashion. 3. Build a training program utilizing principles that foster recovery. This is what I term “recovery-centered training”. Your body will adapt to the impo...
Wednesday, 18 November 2009

11. The P1 Project
(News/Other News) the role, evidence, standards, and outcomes of physical therapy in both health and health care, injury recovery and injury prevention.This will focus on 2 key areas - promoting the autonomous pra...
Monday, 13 July 2009

12. RunSmart Reviews - 6/2/09
(News/Client News) by giving them the "why?" behind loading strategies (cognitive/mechanical/nutritional), recovery, scheduling, and pacing. This is a must-have reference for the aspiring multisport...
Tuesday, 02 June 2009

...bsp; Call us to find out more about the McKenzie Method and how it can help assist you in your injury recovery. ...
Tuesday, 21 April 2009

...nline listening and chat along with live phone-in options.   The next epiosde is on "Recovery-Centered Training".   The  direct link to the show is at...
Monday, 23 February 2009

...Life Institute that deal with injury and injury prevention:   2/26/09 Principles of Injury Recovery 3/1/09 RunSmart Level One Clinic   Registration can be foun...
Tuesday, 17 February 2009

...onally, Smart Sport International continues to present seminars and educational programs focusing on injury recovery, injury prevention, strength training, and many other topics. These have helped to ...
Monday, 12 January 2009

17. A Conspiracy Of Silence - Part I: Training
(Blog/Professional Issues)
... the community in general still refuses to utilize it.   A perfect example is the “recovery run”. There is good research to support easy running immediately after your ...
Sunday, 30 November 2008

18. Stretching The Truth
(Blog/Clinical Insights)
...eurologically. This would be beneficial as it would simply decrease the tone of the muscle and to initiate recovery. But having said that, the timing of the stretching would be AFTER exercise, not be...
Monday, 27 October 2008

19. Update: RunSmart Level One
(News/SSI News)
...thletic Club. Session topics include running mechanics/form, strength training, plyometrics and drills, and Recovery-Centered Training. The RunSmart book is used as the primary resource manual and ref...
Wednesday, 20 August 2008

20. The "Aha" Moment
(Blog/Thoughts From The Edge)
...good thing. Anabolic steroids can end up having a powerful yet overall negative effect on tissue repair and recovery. Also not a good thing. These issues are real, yet often ignored. Of course, if you...
Thursday, 17 July 2008

21. Recovery: The Forgotten Training Tool
(Blog/Coaching Insights)
...he critical difference in training results (or that one special exercise that will lead you to a miraculous recovery from injury), we've forgotten something elemental about the human body. It needs ti...
Thursday, 26 June 2008

22. Running Injuries - Part 3
(Blog/Clinical Insights)
...e need to alter our perspective a bit - to consider not only "over-training" but also "under-recovery". Let me explain this more fully. If training volume unto it's own was th...
Monday, 01 October 2007

23. Running Injuries - Part 2
(Blog/Clinical Insights)
... training stimulus. If the rate of application of training stimulus exceeds the rate of adaptation and recovery, injury will occur. This is an elemental aspect of how human anatomy and physiology...
Thursday, 30 August 2007

24. Running Injuries - Part 1
(Blog/Clinical Insights)
...- but the important aspect is knowing "when to say when". During the process of training and recovery, the tissues of the body undergo transformation. The training stimulus gives the bo...
Sunday, 19 August 2007

25. Competent Self Care
(Blog/Self Care)
...onal power to make good decisions about their own self-care. And who better to implement the strategies for recovery, adaptation, and life-long fitness than the patients themselves? ...
Wednesday, 18 July 2007

26. RunSmart Sessions Update
(News/SSI News)
...ies are January 7 (Running Mechanics), January 21 (Strength-Plyometrics-Drills-Intervals), and February 4 (Recovery-Centered Training). Pre-registration via phone, web, or email is required. The RunS...
Monday, 11 June 2007

27. "Base" Happens
(Blog/Coaching Insights)
...g two primary types of training sessions that are cyclical and cover the full training year (excluding rest/recovery phases after a goal race, etc). These are the neuromuscular power session and the n...
Thursday, 07 June 2007

28. Your instruction really turned on the light bulb ...
(In Their Words/General Testimonials) tremendously. You are a good coach. And I really got a lot out of the last session on training schedule, recovery times, etc. That was some great information....
Monday, 21 May 2007

29. The Revolution Starts ... Now
(Blog/Thoughts From The Edge)
... education, evidence-based initiatives, and cost-effective and efficacious strategies for health and injury recovery. It's all about not just talking about revolution - but "being" the revol...
Monday, 26 March 2007

30. Injury Recovery
(SSI/Smart Life Manifesto)
Test item ... more to follow ...
Sunday, 11 March 2007

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