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    Default Study: "The effects of tissue flossing on ankle range of motion and jump performance"

    Not the biggest or best study (and it's only 1) but still some neat findings;

    Floss bands applied to the ankle for ∼2 mins increase dorsiflexion and plantarflexion ROM.
    Application of a floss band to the ankle may improve subsequent single-leg jump performance.
    Floss band use during a warm-up may reduce risk of injury and improve performance in athletes.

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science...66853X16302139
    ps it's Graham - not Graeme





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    What's a floss band.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazza20 View Post
    What's a floss band.
    I had to ask Goosey too




    http://blog.thewodlife.com.au/voodooflossbands/


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    You given up the powerlifting life for the hippy life burger?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    You given up the powerlifting life for the hippy life burger?
    I competed at States but I made a comeback to footy so that's my current focus (inbetween uni)
    ps it's Graham - not Graeme


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    Quote Originally Posted by L.P.S. View Post
    oh fuck i rember being told to do that by some Physio. Waste of time for me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Hamburgler View Post
    I competed at States but I made a comeback to footy so that's my current focus (inbetween uni)
    What are you studying at uni?
    Howvsid you fair at the "states?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    What are you studying at uni?
    Howvsid you fair at the "states?
    I'm doing a bachelor of health science (with the intention of going into physio or exercise physiology) as well as an advanced diploma in myotherapy (at a separate RTO)
    States went ok given the circumstances (lost 5kg through the uni trimester when I didn't want to) and I managed both a total pr (600kg) as well as my best total on formula though at the start of the year I expected to go closer to 650
    ps it's Graham - not Graeme


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