Monday, February 2, 2009

The Stud Sports Doctor -- Welcome Doc Scott!

CM Teammates, here’s another special guest blogger joining us tomorrow – Dr. Calzaretta – aka Doc Scott. He’s ranked as one of the best of the best when it comes to sports medicine; he’s trained and treated folks from pro sport teams to Olympians to even the Rockettes (lucky bastard!); he’s a certified Titliest golf trainer, a black belt in Karate and has started six sports medicine clinics – yep, he’s a stud, and we’re honored that he’s a member of the Team Perfect’s advisor team. Feel free to fire questions his way.

Enjoy learning how to improve your body’s performance.

HOOYAH DOC SCOTT!

CHARLIE MIKE – ALDEN

5 comments:

Joe G. said...

Doc, you gotta help me. The guilt is killing me. Moments ago, I canceled my 3X Perfect Power order. The nice people at PerfectPushup.com gave me a free month’s supply, so I dutifully swallowed 3 pills the next day and saw no perceptible difference in the size of my muscles. I said to hell with it – it’s snake oil. Okay, I’m exaggerating. I actually took it for 2 days consecutively. Seriously, what happened was, I took it for a couple of days, then got to thinking: Wait a minute. What if I lose my income and become homeless? I can go to a soup kitchen, and the government might help me with shelter. Obviously, I will carry my Perfect Pushup gear in a big bag along with the rest of my belongings as I stand on the street corner with my WILL WORK FOR FOOD sign. (I would never go anywhere w/o my Perfect Pushup, trust me.) But these are hard times, Doc. I can’t buy this supplement forever, can I? Should I?

The customer service lady on the phone seemed so nice. Did I tell you the guilt was killing me?

kamy said...

I'm a female. A year ago I severely injured my rotator cuff. After months of therapy, I was able to avoid surgery, gain mobility and get medical clearance to return to the gym. I'm still leery of re-injuring my shoulder.

What movements should I avoid, and what training do you suggest for strengthening that area?

Currently, my push-ups are limited to a standing angle on a Smith machine, or a modified push-up with the lower body balanced on a fitness ball for less stress to my shoulders. I would love to be able to work up to regular push-ups.

Thanks in advance for any advice you may have.

~Kamy...

Barbie said...
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Joe G. said...

I'm sticking w/ three squares a day unless this doctor tells me I really need a supplement.

I also try to avoid refined sugar.

Doc, fyi, I am a very active 49-year-old white male.

muccione said...

How you doing Alden?
It has been a long time since we have talked..Last time was at a Christmas get together at CTMM's. You, Bill, Gil, and me hanging out...Drop me a line so we can chat sometime. I actually have something to ask you..
Thanks
Robert Pro