Tony Gentilcore makes some great points about beliefs surrounding “bad” workouts and self-efficacy with one’s routines. We can likely translate these points very well when it comes to programming home exercise programs for clients as well.
Do Bad Workouts Exist? – Tony Gentilcore
We wrote a similar blog to this one a few weeks ago, but the content bears repeating. The words we say and the way we say it can have a major impact on the outcomes we have with our patients. Let’s start to change not only the narrative around what we do, but also what we say.
Words Matter – Eric Purves
We talk lots about patient safety, but our safety is just as important (if not more). So when I saw this shared by one of our friends I knew it was worth the share (well…also cause I’m a firefighter).
Oily Linens – Massage Therapy – Fire Safety – Megan Crozier
Pretty cool review of the receptors in our bodies and what they do.
Types Of Receptors – Dr. Matt & Dr. Mike
There is many a frustrating debate online, no matter what the topic is. This is a pretty cool little flow chart on how we could handle some of these discussions. While Taylor meant this for himself, it might be something I use as well.
On Discussions And Debate – Taylor James Laviolette