Cooper Kupp not at Point B in regards to Reactive Strength in his hamstrings
The irony that the information is out there but they refuse to look outside of the current practices to seek resolution to these apparently common problems.
With the current rate of injuries the staff must get it “right” sometimes, yeah? Do you think they’re accidentally loading the connective tissue successfully in some cases with their current models of training and this is why they keep heading down that road and failing with these very valuable athletes?
Looking forward to your video.
I can't imagine the frustration Kupp must find himself in given his situation. Hope he finds the proper help needed to continue!
It's funny how the author in one of the linked articles above states, "we all know that hamstring injuries need rest, more rest and then even more rest..." lol. Do they though? Do they?
Great article! Thank you for sharing your insights!