Dr. Marcus Elliott is a Harvard-trained physician specializing in performance enhancement and the development of elite athletes. The founder and director of P3 (Peak Performance Project), he has trained some of the world's best athletes, including those at the U.S. Olympic Training Center, the Australian Institute of Sport and the Sports Science Institute of South Africa. He is also a sports science consultant for a number of professional organizations, including the Utah Jazz and is in his third season as the Seattle Mariners' first-ever director of sports science and performance. Dr. Elliott was formerly the physiologist and injury prevention specialist for the NFL's New England Patriots.
As a volleyball player, should I use static stretches or dynamic movements to improve my flexibility? All of our volleyball athletes perform dynamic movements, such as lunges, skipping drills, plyometrics [...]