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RESOURCES

Recovery Tools

Add benefits for each and supporting arguments as well as counter

- Massage

- Sauna 

- cry/ ice

- pneumatic compression pants 

- e-stim 

- vibration 

- traction

Pillars of Athleticism

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Developing Team Success

- The challenge isn't creating buy-in. Athletes want to compete, they are there for a reason. The challenge is managing differing personalities and keeping them consistent. 

- Borrow ideas from neurotyping to showcase how you can modify your language, programs, and/or athlete goals (challenges) to have everyone work toward a common goal, but optimize their training within the same session. 

Staying Available: Training to Stay in the Game

- control end range of motion (kin stretch, yoga, CARS, 

- Balance 

- Unilateral strength 

- Explosive movements 

- Fascial "glide" (discuss how tissue should slide or glide for quality movement - work of Tom myers, etc.) 

- Hydration 

- Getting lighter