SEAN CASSIDY

TRAINING TROUBLESHOOTER  –  HUMAN MOVEMENT EXPERT

COACH  –  RUNNER  –  RIDER  –  GOLFER

Human Movement expert and coach

reveals his system that…

ALLOWS YOU TO RUN, COMPETE And TRAIN WITHOUT THE FEAR And FRUSTRATION Of SUFFERING ANOTHER AVOIDABLE LEG MUSCLE STRAIN!

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SEAN CASSIDY

SEAN CASSIDY

Training Troubleshooter - Human Movement Expert
Reluctant Coach - Runner - Rider - Golfer



WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING


EXCELLENT STUFF!! WOW. I'm a converted believer, and will be incorporating this into all my fitness routines.

Gene Nacey


I am back on the ATP tour and my hamstring is 100% fully recovered. I will actually be down in Australia, Melbourne for the Aussie Open in the end of the January. Thanks for all of your help Sean.

Michael Russell

ATP Tour Player - Tennis
Ponte Vedra Beach
Florida, USA


I was suffering from a hamstring problem which was going to rule me out of running in the Belfast Marathon Relay Team for Tear Fund.
Your information worked wonders over three days, to allow me to complete 5 miles with no pain or aftereffects.
Thank-you very much

Stephen Knox

Northern Ireland


For me personally, I think you sum up the causes of all the problems I always had when competing. I've been putting your overall methodology to use for about three days now and it's already provided a tremendous amount of relief. I can't wait to see how I feel weeks and months from now.
Thanks

Marc Kallick

Redondo Beach, California



Would you risk a condom with a hole in it?

Serious question...

People the world over use condoms to prevent STI's and unwanted pregnancies.

Without one there's a chance of pregnancy and or a dose of some "romantic" disease (I'll confess to having acquired one of these from a lovely young lady in my youth - fortunately one of the kind easily cleared up by a trip to the doctor and some antibiotics).

A condom in this instance is used as a prophylactic measure.

In the athletic world we routinely see prophylactic measures used to prevent or help recover from sporting injuries.

For example, people regularly get their ankles taped before playing or training. This is a form of prophylactic taping.

Prophylactic - I love this word.

Anyway, taping is also used on knees, shoulders, elbows, wrist and around other joints of the body.

I also see people using it for leg muscle strains, mostly for hamstring injuries.

I think it's dumb to do so!

Here's why, unlike ankles and knees that you may be able to tape up and train, play or compete on when they're not 100% right, I don't think you can do the same with hamstrings.

I think it's like using a condom that you know has a hole in it!

Sure, there may be no resulting pregnancy or you may dodge the STI bullet, but there is a risk.

For my way of thinking, hamstrings and other leg muscles are an either/or proposition...

That is, they're either 100% ready to go or they're not.

Too many recurring hamstring and other leg muscle strains are a result of rolling the dice, taking the risk and losing.

If you want a different way of thinking about leg muscle strains you'll find it inside No Muscle Strains at http://www.nomusclestrains.com/muscle-strains

Sean "don't take the risk" Cassidy



Did Adam and Eve succumb to hamstring injuries?

I don't know if hamstring injuries (and other leg muscle injuries) have been around as long as Adam & Eve, though I imagine they've been around a long time.

I'm no religion or bible expert, but it sounds like old Adam and his partner in crime Eve, more than likely succumb to "GROIN" strains than those of the hamstring variety... if you know what I mean.

Anyway, while the hamstring tear, the calf niggle, the quad tweak or the groin strain (call them what you like), have been around a long time, I do believe that there has been an increase in the number of these injuries over the last 25 years.

Not a decrease!

I suffered my first hamstring injury around 26 or 27 years ago, so I've been curious about these things for a long while.

Since that time there's been an explosion in organised training, an explosion in information on training and rehabilitation methods and kids often start organised training while at school.

For mid life folk like myself, many sign up for gym memberships, cross-fit escapades, personal trainers etc.

I firmly believe modern training (especially strength) has contributed to the increase in the number of leg muscle injuries. Modern training methods used by the majority, often bring about leg muscle injuries.

Many people don't suffer from leg muscle injuries until after they've started doing strength training of some kind. I go through the reasons for this in No Muscle Strains.

You see, while all types of training: speed, strength, endurance & flexibility have an impact on your body, strength training can lead to unwanted changes in and around your muscles & joints faster and to a greater level than the other types of training.

Unfortunately, most strength & conditioning coaches, personal trainers, exercise physiologist and the FizzyO's, Plodiatrist and Shamopractors who "dabble" in providing strength training programs... Unfortunately, the majority of them unwillingly and unintentionally set people like yourself up to become injured.

There's nothing evil about their intentions and they're not bad people. They've just jumped on the wrong train and they're heading down the wrong track, taking good people like you with them.

If you're fed up with the track you're on and not getting the results you want from the people you've been following, perhaps it's time to look at another way of thinking about leg muscle strains, which is exactly why I put together No Muscle Strains. For more visit http://www.nomusclestrains.com/muscle-strains

Sean Cassidy


Hopefully you don't ever experience the type of pain the poor old comrades experienced in the Gulag prison camps.

While that type of pain is extreme, pain can also be useful... if you know how to listen to it.

Here's the thing, there are varying degree of pain.

Pain levels may go from you barely noticing, right up to a major injury requiring surgery.

A major muscle strain that causes you to miss weeks of training and competition, often starts out as a minor thing that grows and grows over time, eventually putting you out of action.

When I was younger, I missed out on a lot of signals that ultimately turned into major injuries.

When I was fourteen or fifteen, I remember several friends asking me on different occasions why I was limping, I didn’t even know I was.

Within a year or so of that I had considerable back pain. You must ask, did that back pain come on in one sudden hit, or is it a result of what went on for a number of years before it raised its ugly head.

Same things goes for muscles strains.

Over 20 years ago, I learnt a great saying from Ian King the legendary physical preparation coach. He used to say "little leopards turn into big leopards and big leopards kill".

By this I believe he meant take note early of those little niggles and little pains.

To find out what I do to look out for and get on top of the little aches and pains early best you get on over to http://www.nomusclestrains.com/muscle-strains

Sean Cassidy

Human Movement expert and coach

reveals his system that…

ALLOWS YOU TO RUN, COMPETE And TRAIN WITHOUT THE FEAR And FRUSTRATION Of SUFFERING ANOTHER AVOIDABLE LEG MUSCLE STRAIN!

Click the GET INSTANT ACCESS

button for this special online report…

Training Troubleshooter  –  Human Movement Expert

Coach  –  Runner  –  Rider  –  Golfer