Why You Should Stop Using The Terms “Load” and “Training Load”

Here’s why you should stop using the terms “load” and “training load”. Right now, there is a LOT of discussion and a trend about the introduction of exercise as the primary treatment protocol for many of the conditions we see in Sports Medicine. And rightly so, exercise has always been a big part of our…

Simon Bartold
Director of Bartold Clinical

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4 responses to “Why You Should Stop Using The Terms “Load” and “Training Load””

  1. Podiatry does have an identity issue…
    We have swung to follow the so called evidence and we will swing again trying to find that single biomechanical model to hang our hat on. Everything is exercise prescription which is very important and simple if people would just be a little less complicated and adhere to that perfect set of exercises that were prescribed (tongue in check at present).
    I love the complexity of the person sitting in front of me and I try to embrace the journey that must be travelled with each and every one of them…choosing my words and using as little jargon as possible.

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