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1/5/2015 1:28:56 PM - Luke

Hypothetically speaking, if you were a Performance Manager at a university, would you adhere to Dr. Stuart McGill's recommendations of not loading the athlete early in the morning due to superhydration of the spinal disks due to just arising from bed? Or do you find this not to be as important as is stated.

With the class schedule of students at a University, it would seem a rather difficult task to arrange a physical preparation routine without having to have some of the kids come in during the early morning.



Absolutely, as I have indicated in previous writings. In actuality, if nothing else were to change, the existing schedule at most schools should be reversed. In this way, sport practice would be first in the day and all other physical conditioning later in the day.

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