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#31 How I Rehab in the NFL with Emidio Pacecca

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In this episode of the How I Rehab podcast by Sports MAP we chat with Performance and Rehab manager at New England Patriots, Emidio Pacecca.

Emidio has extensive experience working in elite sporting environments including the Carlton Blues in the AFL, the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and Western Force Rugby Union team.

In this episode we cover a range of topics including:

  • Emidio’s experience and journey to get to the NFL
  • Expectations and responsibilities within an NFL team
  • Early strategies around Achilles tendon injuries within the NFL
  • Loading protocols
  • Isometric loading expectations
  • High speed running dosage and hamstring loading
  • Strength training expectations across different sports
  • Quantifying strength levels

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