Monthly Archives: March 2011

Stonybrook lab: RRAMP-ing it up!

Another day at SUNY Stonybrook’s Rehabilitation Research and Movement Performance Laboratory.. Racing from an abbreviated swim session, I headed to the lab with a wet head and tired arms from a hard 3000 yards, but excited to have my bike on top … Continue reading

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introduction to the lab

Today, I hit the RRAMP: no I wasn’t falling out the door in a haze at 7am and down the slope outside my door, I refer to the Rehabilitation Research and Movement Performance lab at SUNY Stonybrook. Thanks to my friend Susan, … Continue reading

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functional testing@ runners lab

What the heck is functional testing? The concept of functional testing, is growing increasingly popular as a means of examination of movement faults in athletes. Identification of flawed movement patterns can allow the therapist to address these flaws with corrective exercises. First, to … Continue reading

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Tingly hands

Lauren, a 26 year old female, new to cycling 2 years ago, but an accomplished runner, calls me about her preparations for this years upcoming triathlon season.”You know, I really want to do better at the Montauk Triathlon”, an Olympic … Continue reading

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