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How to Rehab Muscle Strains and Tears

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from powerlifter, strongman, and Starting Strength coach Matt Reynolds. And the obligatory disclaimer: As Matt will note in the post, this method of rehabbing has not undergone medical studies or scientific research. It’s based on years of on-the-ground experience from strength and conditioning coaches who have helped hundreds of athletes recover from […] The post How to Rehab Muscle Strains and Tears appeared first on The Art of Manliness.
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