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  • Comparing high jump mechanics to vertical jump...

    Comparing high jump mechanics to vertical jump mechanics is about as intelligent as assuming a person's jumping ability based on the color of their skin.
  • Your broscience is strong.

    Your broscience is strong.
  • The two are actually pretty strongly correlated,...

    The two are actually pretty strongly correlated, but like anything else each is its own skill, so if you practice one more than the other your numbers could be skewed. 60s are pretty technique...
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    BRO, that's hand timed. I'd say at best you run a...

    BRO, that's hand timed. I'd say at best you run a 4.1, MAYBE a 4.0. It's still a little above average for a high school kid though!
  • Bad form could be from poor mobility/stability,...

    Bad form could be from poor mobility/stability, but it could also be bad coaching, lack of reps, and poor motor control.

    Do MLB pitchers have bad throwing form when they're throwing over 100mph...
  • The poor functioning scapula/t-spine IS what...

    The poor functioning scapula/t-spine IS what causes the over-use of the rotator. All baseball players throw thousands of balls, all swimmers swim thousands of meters, why don't all these athletes...
  • Please stop with your Crossfit propaganda, you're...

    Please stop with your Crossfit propaganda, you're going to get people hurt.

    OP, there is a good chance your rotator cuff tightness is a result of your body guarding that area of your shoulder to...
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    I'm saying 90%+ of the top guys are on gear. And...

    I'm saying 90%+ of the top guys are on gear. And yes, I'm saying Rich Froning is on steroids.
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    Do we take gear before or after the WOD? I forget...

    Do we take gear before or after the WOD? I forget the process....
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    Ladder drills, bag drills, and box drills make...

    Ladder drills, bag drills, and box drills make you better at ladder drills, bag drills, and box drills.

    Practice football not drills.
  • You may want to look into...

    You may want to look into www.cresseyperformance.com. He works with a lot of MLB players and is much more knowledgeable in the area than I am.
  • I feel there could be two things going on: 1....

    I feel there could be two things going on:

    1. Poor scapula stability resulting in the rotator cuff/teres minor "clamping down" to protect the shoulder.
    2. Overuse combined with poor mechanics...
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    They affect your running and jumping mechanics...

    They affect your running and jumping mechanics and put a lot of unnecessary stress on the lower leg; even if they DID NOT cause tons of overuse injuries, they'd still be a waste of money.
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    There is good points made by everyone so far and...

    There is good points made by everyone so far and I'll try and piece them together...

    Basketball is really middle of the road as far as energy systems and it also depends on the style of offense...
  • ^^^ Spot on. It's all relative to the...

    ^^^ Spot on.

    It's all relative to the intensity of the exercise. Exercises such as box jumps and line hops require much less strength than depth jumps and hurdle hops.

    ....Less is generally...
  • In a seated straight leg position, your gastroc...

    In a seated straight leg position, your gastroc will be the limiting factor, not the post tib.

    I agree a smash or rolling technique is definitely superior to any attempt to stretch the muscle.
  • I'd be curious to hear your long-winded answer....

    I'd be curious to hear your long-winded answer. And the reason I did not answer your question is because you will most likely do more harm than good trying to torque on your client's ankle.
  • A better questions: Why would you want to stretch...

    A better questions: Why would you want to stretch your post tib?
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    95% of the time, cramping has nothing to do with...

    95% of the time, cramping has nothing to do with your electrolytes levels - it is simply dehydration.

    I agree with SDOptimist, get your dark green veggies, berries, grains, etc.
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    That's a good question. They are cheap and a...

    That's a good question. They are cheap and a great way to flush the system without putting stress on the lower body. I would think coaches would love these for recovery and to work on oxidative work...
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