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I think that it's best practice to use the ideas and analogies that have been time tested, but it's also important to try to come up with your own. With some insight to how best to communicate with your client, perhaps you are the best compendium after all.
The reason for that advice may have resulted from a study published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research in March of 2011. Riemann, BL, Limbaugh, GK, Eitner, JD, and LeFavi, RG. Medial and lateral gastrocnemius activation differences during heel-raise exercise with three different foot positions. J Strength Cond Res 25(3): ...
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