Podcast #88: Creating Better Global Movement Patterns with Dr. Ismael Gallo

Today we’re sitting down with Dr. Ismael Gallo, founder of Baseball Flows. Dr. Gallo and I spoke last year (Episode #33) and the response was so great that we’re sitting down again. This time we’ll discuss creating better movers on the field and training stability throughout larger ranges of motion through Dr. Gallo’s Baseball Flows.

Dr. Gallo’s background is unorthodox to say the least, which is what makes him so interesting. After dropping out of high school at 17, he worked his way into a starting shortstop position at Mt. San Antonio Junior College. From there, he was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 20th round of the 1996 draft. He played 5 minor league seasons finishing his career with a .300 batting average.

After his professional baseball career concluded, Dr. Gallo received a bachelor’s in Kinesiology from California State University, Fullerton. Thereafter, he enrolled in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Loma Linda University where he graduated with his doctorate degree. In 2010, after graduation he started his business, Baseball Flows, bringing his baseball background together with his studies.

Dr. Gallo can be reached on his twitter account @flowsdoc.

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