Learn about lever arms and torque, how to incorporate the tool into your and your client's/patient's workouts, and meet some cool people.
8-12pm. NASM and ACE CECs
3390 Robertson Place
Los Angeles, CA 90034
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A beautiful 5,500 square foot facility with every toy imaginable to help us reach your goals.
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The ATFL or anterior talofibular ligament is the most common ligament in the ankle that people tear/sprain/injure.
It attaches the talus and the distal head of the fibula.
The ATFL is typically torn or sprained when the ankle moves into inversion and plantar flexion (toes pointing in and down) at an extremely high velocity.
Unfortunately, ligaments don't return back to their original shape. Once they are sprained, or stretched, your ankle remains less stable and you are more likely to re-injure yourself. A physical therapist can give you targeted exercises to rebuild the muscles around your ankle and help improve your motor control and balance to decrease your risk of re-injury.
- Perform as many consecutive rounds as you can in 20 minutes.
- Scale it down or up, but keep moving.
- Always remember to warm up and cool down.