Hamstring Injuries- Etiology, Rehabilitation, Reduction Indices

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I am doing a private intensive workshop on hamstring injuries in late June and I am excited to hear feedback from several sports medicine staff members . This is perhaps the most detailed summary of what the leading therapists in North America are actually doing regarding soft tissue injuries from fascial work, cyriax work, body alignment, foot biomechanics, EMS, aquatic therapy, and strength training practices. What separates this seminar from other’s is it’s a series of case studies with insight, instead of the general powerpoint of information we see commonly with most presentations. From the first minute after the tear to the day when the athletes steps back on the field/track/court, it is a true reflection of what worked and what has failed. I have spent 30 hours on the phone with previous athletes, therapists, and biomechanics experts to fine tune my keynote presentation so the information is 100% accurate. I will share the information later and will be taping the seminar.

Carl Valle

Carl Valle

Track & Field Coach
Carl is an expert coach who has produced champions in swimming, track and numerous other sports. He is one of the foremost experts in the fields of nutrition and restoration.
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    Carl Valle on #16841

    I am doing a private intensive workshop on hamstring injuries in late June and I am excited to hear feedback from several sports medicine staff members . This is perhaps the most detailed summary of what the leading therapists in North America are actually doing regarding soft tissue injuries from fascial work, cyriax work, body alignment, foot biomechanics, EMS, aquatic therapy, and strength trai

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    frankgeffen on #99451

    Damn dude. You’re effing turning this site in to an infomercial for ‘future presentations’ and mediacasts. No need to blog on here about non-info.

    Carl Valle
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    Carl Valle on #99453

    Edit: I will reduce my own personal advertising to a minimum.


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    JasonRoeWI on #99462

    Many people blog about strength and conditioning/performance/coaching. Its really hard to find someone that knows what they are talking about and writes something substantive when they write. Carl has put out many excellent, thought provoking posts; and lately he’s been cranking them out at a break neck pace. How can you be bothered by the fact that he’s giving people a heads up on what he’s got in the works. You can tell he’s putting quite a bit of work into his posts and mediacasts. Not to mention that blogging isn’t going to make you a millionaire. While he may have strong opinions (that you don’t have to agree with, simply consider against your own training beliefs), and an up front writing style I have come to the conclusion that Carl is simply sharing what he does and pointing out things we may want to think about before “buying into” whole heartedly and implementing them in training. He may charge for the mediacasts, but the price is really low for the incredible volume and quality of information. Finally, it takes less than two minutes read most posts on ET, more time to think about the content, if you feel you are wasting two minutes skip the “future information” posts by judging the content from the post title.

    Damn dude. You’re effing turning this site in to an infomercial for ‘future presentations’ and mediacasts. No need to blog on here about non-info.

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