[Supertraining] Re: Proprioceptive training

Wednesday, 16 January 2008      0 comments

Hi Jamie!

Although there is a abundance of wobble boards and unstable platforms
that people can balance themselves I find simple activites such as
standing on one leg for time both eyes open and closed works quite
well with a nice progressive free weight program that includes squats
and deadlifts progressing to cleans and snatches along with
plyometric drills.

Best wishes!

Dan Wathen, Youngstown (OH) State University, USA

In Supertraining@yahoogroups.com, "carruthersjam" <Carruthersjam@...>
> --- In Supertraining@yahoogroups.com, Maria Huntsman
> <dizzipurple@> wrote:
> >
> > Hi all,
> >
> > Can anyone recommend a link or a website where I can find
> information and some proprioreception exercises for helping someone
> recover from a knee injury? I have only read about propriorecption
> training being beneficial after an injury to a joint and would like
> to learn more. Also, a friend who has recently been released from
> has asked me to help him with a conditioning program. He recently
> had knee surgery. I thought the proprioreception training would
> a nice compliment to the strength and conditioning program. Please
> let me know if you need more specifics about the surgery in order
> answer my question.>>>
> ***
> More specific details would be helpful.
> Thanks
> Jamie Carruthers
> Wakefield, UK

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