Here’s the problem. Both of those processes would elicit the same color change on a pee-stick. I argue one is TRUE ketosis and one is False. “and…Cue the billion dollar dollar industry selling you garbage you don’t need.”
Out of everything in my practice, two decades of experimentation, constant change, and updates, nothing has had a bigger impact on my success stories than just plain knowing what to do and WHEN to do it.
The problem is, you have to have a disease, illness or injury first, in order for us to treat it. Most of us that got into “doctoring” didn’t get into it for this.
Stretching hasn’t been very effective, nor has foam rolling. Not by themselves. There are multiple issues involved, it takes a multifaceted approach to get back on track.
Motor Control is deep stuff. Both the understanding and the physiology. Sometimes, the rehab for motor control is called “neuro reconditioning” Basically, this describes how well your…… Read more “Motor Control (How the Brain connects to the Body)”
The athletic trainer (in conjunction with coaches) is best suited to assess the athlete’s day to day recovery and return to play and practice. They can be an active part and watch in real time in real conditions. A doctor in an office, cannot.
Try these exercises for 2 weeks and see if you feel and move better and are better balanced from front to back.
You have been over-stretching. Stop it already.