Dr. Jon Herting, Dr. Ray Carr, Dr. Nick Perugini and Rob Rabena M.S. discuss their thoughts on youth sports specialization. Do they recommend it? Does it benefit or limit athleticism, and ultimately what is best for overall long term athletic development and health?
In this episode the Dr Jon Herting, Dr Ray Carr and Rob Rabenz M.S. discuss how they chose a specific squat variations depending on the client and how they apply these variations to certain populations.
Does Joint Position Matter? In this episode Dr. Jon Herting, Dr. Ray Carr, Dr. Nick Perugini and Rob Rabena M.S. discuss how joint position influences exercise and if it truly matters in the grand scheme of things. They discuss how joint position influences both the physical rehab and performance arenas and how they both assess joint position and alter their programming based on their findings.
In this weeks episode Dr. Jon Herting, Dr. Ray Carr, Dr. Nick Perugini, and Rob Rabena, M.S. discuss what they think about when programming for aging clients and what an aging client should think about as they craft their own programs. This episode provides the aging client with the insights needed to continue to train optimally to maintain a pain free lifestyle as they age.
During this podast Dr. Jon Herting, Dr. Ray Carr, Rob Rabena M.S. and Dr. Nick Perugini discuss how the subjective interview plays such an important role in their client experience and how this often overlooked aspect of the intake is vital to improving outcomes and building relationships with the client going forward.
In this episode Dr. Jon Herting, Dr. Ray Carr, Rob Rabena M.S, and Dr. Nick Perugini discuss building a culture that supports a positive environment to build strong personal character in the athletes and clients they train. The guys discuss how to create a culture that promotes a blending of physical therapy and strength and conditioning to create a high performance environment that emphasizes values that extend far beyond the walls of any gym.
In this episode Rob Rabena M.S., Dr. Jon Herting, Dr. Nick Perugini and Dr. Ray Carr discuss Foam Rolling. When it fits into a performance and rehabilitation program, how it should be implemented and how much foam rolling is too much. This episode provides both practical experience and researched based evidence to discuss the efficacy of foam rolling and where it fits into a person's program.
In this episode Ray, Jon, Nick and Rob discuss their thoughts on having overhead athletes press overhead. Is it necessary? What are the prerequisites that athletes need to demonstrate and is it really something that should be included in an overhead athletes performance or rehab program?
In this episode Dr. Jon Herting, Rob Rabena M.S. Dr. Ray Carr, and Dr. Nick Perugini discuss their thoughts on placing strength on dysfunction. Dysfunction can mean different things to different individuals and populations. In this episode the guys define what dysfunction means to them in terms of human movement and discuss their thoughts on why you should not load dysfunction a majority of the time. They will also discuss instances when loading dysfunction may be appropriate. Tune in to...
In this episode Jon, Ray, Rob and Nick discuss what it takes to work with athletes. Most people would agree that this is a fun population to work with though it comes unique challenges as you become more familiar with the specialization and expertise required. This episode discusses how a new student or seasoned professional can prepare themselves to excel with this population. The guys offer tips and recommendations on what to read and what opportunities to seek out to best prepare you to...
Welcome to Training Room Talk. We will discuss a wide variety of topics in the fitness, performance and rehab fields to better educate clinicians, fitness coaches and active individuals in their quest for prime performance. In our first episode we introduce the team members and what you can expect from future episodes.