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4 Tips for Training Through an Injury

In Rehab by Michael Mash

So it happened...you injured yourself. Whether you strained your back on your last set of deadlifts, or tweaked your shoulder on the bench press, injuries can be both frustrating and ...

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The Barbell Rehab Guide to RPE

In Training by Michael Mash

If you’re a barbell athlete who’s interested in improving strength, you should familiarize yourself with RPE.  Why? Because RPE, or rate of perceived exertion, is a great way to optimize ...

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The Rehab Loading Continuum

In Rehab by Michael Mash

When it all boils down, effective rehab is based on the principle of load management. When symptoms arise, what do you do? Do you continue as planned? Do you take ...

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How to Effectively Screen the Squat

In Squat by Michael Mash

How to Effectively Screen the Squat How do you know if your client is “safe” to squat? Whether you’re a physical therapist or a strength coach, it’s important to know ...