Q&A: plyometrics/mental rehab/mobility work/tibialis treatment
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Brodie will be answering: 1.) Why do runners implement plyometrics in their strength training when their run is already a plyometric movement? 2.) How do you encourage people to mentally & emotionally approach a rehab program? 3.) Thoughts on general mobility work for runners? 4.) What is the most effective treatment for tibialis anterior overload injuries?
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