Arash Ranjbaran on Concussions and Training Design for Fighters
What happens when an Athletic Trainer realizes concussion protocols and muscle system care is extremely outdated in fighting sports? They innovate from their experience, knowledge base, ask questions to find a new path forward.
This episode might be short but it deserves to be on it’s own because Jenn and Arash Ranjbaran (AJ) of The Athletic Training Institute discuss the very important topic of concussions and fighter specific implications.
Topics of discussion:
Mechanics and power for Hitting, pushing and throwing
Commentary on designing programs for fighters
Concussive effects, monitoring and fighting
Examples of cognitive loading
Efficiency factors when training for speed
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HOST can be found at:
Arash Ranjbaran aka AJ
March 2019 episode https://www.thinkfitbefitpodcast.com/arash-ranjbaran-the-body-mechanic/
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Find AJ at the http://athletictraininginstitute.com/