2010 wrote: bringinhinkie wrote: SelbyCobra wrote:
He's going to be throwing dudes out of the paint this season like Uncle Phil did Jeff.
they need to fix that knee collapse.. knee collapse + weight coming down = bye bye acl/mcl.. and im not trying to sound like captain nitpick, but its a really really big deal and the cause of non-contact knee blowups.. look up "valgus collapse in athletes".. his is very very very bad.. the knees should be driving outward without compromising at the foot.. this is on every single movement possible (squat pattern, hinge (deadlift pattern), sprinting.. single leg -- everything)
source: I used to work under one of Nike's PTs
i really wish he signed with nike.. their training staff is absolutely loaded.. the best in the industry (gray cook, charlie weingroff, etc)
adidas does not have the best track record with their athletes (not that he seems to be training with them anyway)
Even worse than the knee collapse he is throwing out his back! Now I understand even with light weight / high rep routines fatigue sets in and you sacrifice your form. But he needs to be wearing a fucc'n belt! Dude is putting mad strain on his lower back.
alot of what he is doing is amateur..
but take my word for it, the knee collapse is frightening.. i address it day 1 with all my clients.. and i am not some bigtime trainer, but i know what's right and what's wrong, and that is scary wrong..
he doesn't necessarily need a belt (belts mainly are for the diaphram on big lifts).. but yes, you are right in that his whole sh*t is just way off
i don't know who he could work with from a name perspective.. perhaps Mike Boyle who is located in boston and i dont believe has an affiliation with nike or adidas, etc.. though he is tight with the big nike guys..