"Rehab" and the Wild

"Rehab" and the Wild

First things first : 

There isn't really such a thing as A "Rehab" Exercise. 

There are only strength and conditioning exercises, which we use for rehabilitation purposes.

That said, some things get pigeonholed as 'rehabby'. And that's fine -  they crop up a lot more often in rehab programs than as #bro-sesh #hypertrophy #gaainnzzzz clickbait on TNation. 

However, the reason these exercises tend to appear so often in a rehab setting is precisely because they target a weakness or a physical need in a specific, safe and beneficial way. And they don't stop being beneficial once rehab is "complete".  

How the Squat facilitates Injury Rehabilitation

How the Squat facilitates Injury Rehabilitation

The squat has long been held as a mainstay exercise in programming for a wide range of athletes and gym-goers.  From bodybuilders to powerlifters to sprinters to golfers and everyone in between, the weighted squat remains the ultimate exercise in lower body strength and power and a key to high-level athletic performance.  But what makes the squat so effective? What are the factors that lead to such obvious physiological improvements? Below are but a few positive impacts the squat can have on your body.

4 Reasons you should add Neck Strengthening to your Workout

4 Reasons you should add Neck Strengthening to your Workout

Here at Evolutio we gather once a month to battle it out over the ever disputed “Muscle of the Month”. Following the successful vote a program is written targeted at strengthening this specific muscle or muscle group.

The 3 most Prevalent Wrist injuries from CrossFit and Olympic Weightlifting

The 3 most Prevalent Wrist injuries from CrossFit and Olympic Weightlifting

Impingement Syndromes of the Wrist

Dorsal Wrist Impingement

Dorsal wrist impingement is the most common injury to a CrossFitters, Olympic Weightlifter or Gymnasts wrist. The injury results from the repetitive combination of hyperextension (extending or straightening the joint beyond its normal range of motion) and axial loading, (placing force on the joint or bone).