The insideBIGDATA 2019 Executive Round Up features insights from industry executives with lengthy experience in the big data industry. Here’s a look at the insights from Robert Lee, Vice President & Chief Architect for Pure Storage. Robert is focused on product architecture where he specifically looks at new innovation areas for Pure. Robert joined Pure in 2013 as part of the FlashBlade founding team and led the software architecture and development for the product.
The latest Inner Circle webinar recording on How to Perform a Thorough and Systematic Clinical Examination – Part 3 is now available. The response to the first two parts of this series was great, so I wanted to add even more detail to the objective section. There is a flow to the objective portion that is very important. In part 3 and 4, I wanted to break that down further, and share a bunch of clinical pearls from experience.
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Catch up on all my latest content and articles to read from around the web. This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from the University of California – Irvine, Ryan DeBell, and Matt Ross.
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On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about some tips to not get overwhelmed with all the available research and still remain current, and we discuss the use of upper body functional tests and how valid they are for return to play.
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Catch up on all my latest content and articles to read from around the web. This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, Bill Hartman, and Charles Staley.
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On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about the use of special tests during our examination process. We’ve seen many comments on social media that special tests aren’t very useful, as we shouldn’t be treating the “pain” instead of the “dysfunction.” Here’s a bunch of reasons why you still need to be performing special tests.
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Online training has grown in popularity in recent years, and for good reason. It dramatically increases your ability to help others reach their goals from only those within a 5-mile radius of your gym to people anywhere in the world. We built out the start of our Champion online training platform over a year ago and recently updated it. We spent the year learning, tweaking, and evolving. Along the way, we learned a bunch. If you want to build an epic online training service that maximizes its effectiveness, retention, and scalability then there are 3 major keys that we feel you have to master. One of the people we learned a ton from is Jon Goodman. Jon runs the PTDC and the Online Trainer Academy. We sat down with Jon during a recent visit to Boston to discuss these 3 keys, and a bunch more. Check out our interview and read more about our 3 keys in this article.
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Catch up on all my latest content and articles to read from around the web. This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Luka Hocevar, Devin Wyatt, and Bill Hartman.
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On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about how mobility restrictions in the front rack position may stress the ulnar nerve, how we progress patients with spondylolistehsis, and what is ulnar variance.
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With the end of 2018 drawing close, I always love to end the year with a quick review of some of my best content of the year! I personally love reflecting back as I start planning for the new year, and it’s something I really recommend everyone do as well. In today’s article, I share a video of how I reflect back on the year and plan ahead to make the most of the upcoming new year.
As part of my reflection back on 2018, I also review my content for the past year. I do it so I can think about what I want to do different in the upcoming year, but also to see what some of the most popular content was over the course of the year.
I also know this yearly post is always popular with my readers.
Check out my Best Articles and Podcasts of 2018, plus a sneak peak at what’s coming in 2019!