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Interview Of Dr. James Stoxen DC By Chris Russell On “RunRunLive Podcast Episode 220″

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Interview Of Dr James Stoxen DC By Chris Russell On "RunRunLive Podcast Episode 220" April 13, 2012  Listen to the Podcast Below   Intro: Hello and welcome to the blue grass of Kentucky podcast, where the grass isn’t really blue, but it is a very comforting shade of green.  From the air coming into Lexington much of it looks like a high-end golf course, without greens or sand traps. There is a meandering river that has carved itself into the landscape and you can see the layers … [Read more...]

Video Tutorial #168 The ‘Controlled Fall’ Its Importance In Reducing Impact Force and Running Efficiency

Dr. James Stoxen DC Control Fall

  Improving your running form and your running technique can help you run faster and run more efficiently. By learning the proper running form you will be able to reduce impact force adding less stress on your body and reduce the risk of injury. Some of these common running injuries include, plantar fasciitis, iliotibial band syndrome, or shin splits, heel pain and Plantar fasciitis. Proper running form is a very important component to every runner’s training plan. Body positioning at … [Read more...]

Dr. James Stoxen DC Interviews Master Medina At The Taekwondo, Mexico National Olympic Games In Toluca, Mexico

Master Medina, Christian Medina and Dr. James Stoxen DC

  Dr. James Stoxen DC Interviews Master Medina At The Taekwondo, Mexico National Olympic Games Toluca, Mexico, May 29th, 2011 This is an interview Dr. James Stoxen DC did with Master Medina at the Olimpiada Nacional Taekwondo 2011 in Toluca Mexico. Master Medina shares that to become a champion Taekwondo athlete you must follow a daily routine of training which is about 3 hours a day 6 days a week. Dr Stoxen served on the Medical Services Committee for this … [Read more...]

Dr James Stoxen DC Interviews Victor Shenkin, USSR Olympic Weightlifting Coach – NSCA Journal – 1989

Victor Shenkin and Dr James Stoxen DC 1989

    Interview with Victor Shenkin USSR Olympic Weightlifting Coach Dr. James Stoxen DC National Strength & Conditioning Association Journal  October, 1989  Victor Shenkin is the Head Coach of the 1988 Soviet Olympic Team, General Secretary of the USSR Weightlifting Federation, Chairman of the Russian Powerlifting Federation, Chairman of the Soviet Committee of the IFBB and Chairman of the Russian Strongman Team. In this interview conducted in Montreal, Canada, … [Read more...]

“Barefoot Running Helped Me Qualify For The USA Taekwondo Olympic Trials”, Christian Medina.

  Dr. James Stoxen DC interviews two time National Taekwondo Champion Christian Medina about his training and the upcoming Olympic Trials which take place in Colorado on January 12, 2012. Dr. Stoxen shares how watching Christian walk and evaluating his gait revealed that his Human Spring was banging into the ground which caused him to have a weak and locked spring. They discuss how impacts are not bad if you first release and unlock the Human Spring. If the spring is intact … [Read more...]

Video Tutorial #4 The Impact Resistance Mechanism (Human Spring)

Plymetrics, Speed Bound Jump

Video Tutorial #4 The Human Spring Approach-Bridging The Gap Between What Athletes Need And What Doctors Can Deliver  By: Dr James Stoxen DC Presented At: The 2nd Annual Bangkok Congress On Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine, Bangkok, Thailand, September 4, 2010 Let's say you have 30 women in an aerobics class and 15 of them break down with plantar fascitis, knee pain, hip or back pain. They quit and go to the doctor. The doctor commonly says jumping classes are bad for you. He/She … [Read more...]

Video Tutorial #3 – The Human Spring Approach – Developed From Studying Yuri Verkhoshansky Plyometrics Training In Moscow 1987-89

Dr. James Stoxen DC (on the left) with Yuri Verhoshanski (on the right).

The Human Spring Approach - Developed From Studying Yuri Verkhoshansky Plyometrics By: Dr James Stoxen DC Presented At: The 2nd Annual Bangkok Congress On Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine September 4, 2010 Bangkok, Thailand In the late eighties, as part of my quest to discover the secrets to human performance, I made numerous trips to eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. There, I served as the doctor for the US Powerlifting Team, the APF medical commission chairman, and Ed … [Read more...]

TV Special Medical Report: “When Exercise Accelerates Aging!” Dr. James Stoxen, DC on WGN, Channel 9

WGN Channel 9 Special Medical Report

  Special Medical Report: "When Exercise Accelerates Aging!"  Dr. James Stoxen, DC WGN, Channel 9 October 19, 2007 featuring Cindy Pender and Belma Michael Johnson, the Chicago host of “Designed to Sell. Who says exercise can accelerate aging if its not done right? It's contrary to everything we have been told. One doctor says, "It Happens." "We used to always talk about exercising the beautiful muscles. The chest, the arms, the back, the thighs, the tri's. Then they have … [Read more...]

African Track Athletes Have More Spring – Lessons Learned from the 5th All African Track and Field Championships

Dr James Stoxen DC at the 1988 All African Track and Field Championships

In 1988 I was invited to work at the fifth All African Track and Field Championships in Annaba, Algeria. I found that the most extreme difference between the African athletes and my patients back home, was the spring in their feet and legs. In the African Track and Field Athletes, their tibialis posterior, tibialis anterior and peroneal muscles (I call the landing  muscles or spring suspension system muscles) were highly developed. What I discovered was that many of these African athletes … [Read more...]

Chicago Tribune: “Lifter Puts His Power Behind Commitment” with Dr. James Stoxen DC and Ed Coan

Ed Coan with Dr James Stoxen DC 1986

  Chicago Tribune: "Lifter Puts His Power Behind Commitment" with Dr. James Stoxen DC and Ed Coan by Linda Young July 28, 1986 To read the original article, click here He had barely reached his 16th birthday, but Ed Coan's mind was made up. He was going to become a body builder. That decision, however, was made before Coan entered his first contest. … [Read more...]

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