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Product : TheraBand Elastic Resistance
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Tigger Bounces and PNF Stretching for Adhesive Capsulitis
Hand Therapy with Thera-Band® resistive bands
Greg Hodges PT of Winnepeg, Canada has received the 2004 Thera-Band® / Vladimir Janda Grant for Therapeutic Exercise Research for his project, "Acceleration-dependent loading during Thera-Band® elastic exercise"
Diana Veneri, PT, MS from West Hartford, Connecticut was the First Place winner of the 2004 Thera-Band® Most Creative Use Contest for her entry, "Thera-Band® Assist with Swing Phase of Gait." 3 Honorable Mentions were also awarded.
Daniel Herman has received a $5000 grant from Thera-Band Academy for his project, titled “The influence of strength training on the neuromuscular characteristics of stop-jump tasks."
2003. By Michael Rogers & Phil Page (Advance for Directors in Rehabilitation 12(9):65)
By Elaine Cress PhD, et al. The ACSM Best Practices Statement on Physical Activity Programs and Behavior Counseling in Older Adult Populations
This whitepaper provides the scientific basis for the First Step to Active Health Program
A study published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research compared traditional bench press training with and without the addition of external variable resistance loads (elastic bands and heavy chains).
Elastic bands have been used to add resistance to the squat exercise while using barbell free weights to offer more dynamic resistance at the top of the squat movement as the resistance of the band is at its highest. No studies have directly compared the effects of squatting with elastic resistance versus free weights. In a study published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, researchers compared squatting with equivalent work loads of elastic-resisted and isotonic free-weight squats in trained weight lifters.
By Dr. Michael Rogers. Published in ACSM Fit Society Page. Fall, 2010. pp. 5-6.
Several studies have shown that balance exercises and “neuromuscular training” are effective at reducing injuries in athletes. Neuromuscular exercises typically incorporate products such as Thera-Band® Stability Trainers, Stability Discs, balance boards, and exercise balls. Athletic training researchers wanted to determine if a neuromuscular training program was effective at improving balance in high school athletes.
By Dr. Michael Rogers. Journal of Active Aging. 2(5):24-32.
Researchers in Spain compared Thera-Band® elastic band strengthening to aquatic strengthening including Aquafins® aquatic training in a group of post-menopausal women.
Dr. Kent Brown recently published a case report on a 69 year old patient who underwent two separate total knee replacement surgeries. Her first surgery on the right knee was preceded with “usual” care (no prehab), while her left knee replacement was preceded by 4 weeks of prehab.
In this article in Pain Management  magazine, Dr. Lars Andersen answers questions about chronic neck pain. He specializes in exercises for neck and shoulder pain, particularly in workers.
Describes and illustrates the numerous methods of connecting and securing elastic resistance exercisers
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