quote:Originally posted by regulator:
I've actually ran a profile PT program before and I can tell you that you are basically on the right track. However, you might want to have your 1SG send you a battle buddy to help you out. That way one of you can focus on getting the upper body profiles rehabilitated and the other can focus on the rehabilitation of the lower body profiles.
That's a good idea. I've recently injured my achilies tendon and after going to profile PT i was shocked, they had us do stuff you see in football training, high knee's, bend squat jump, side stepping, several different type of lounges. After going to profile PT i felt kinda pathetic, because the only things i could do in profile pt without hurting myself was flutter kicks and push ups. However while the PT was not hard they had us do, it made me wonder WTH is broke on these people, cause they seemed to do all of it no problems.