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Whoops, here's the link

Sorry for the follow-up email, but I mussed up one of the links in this morning's piece, for the main paper. My bad!

For the Mechanisms of Arthrogenic Inhibition paper by the Lepleys, here is how you can access it: https://journals.humankinetics.com/configurable/content/journals$002fjsr$002f31$002f6$002farticle-p707.xml

And here's the proper citation:

Lepley, A. S., & Lepley, L. K. (2022). Mechanisms of arthrogenic muscle inhibition. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, 31(6), 707–716. https://doi.org/10.1123/jsr.2020-0479

I've requested the full text in ResearchGate as well so hopefully it shows up there soon.

Apologies again!

Also, someone already guessed the university with the groundhog day celebration, it's the University of Dallas. Now, no one has actually demonstrated for sure that it's the second largest groundhog day celebration, but that's what we claim and no one has really contested it too much. At the 50th anniversary about 7 years ago, we had more than 13,000 people show up to the party. It was kind of a big deal for a school of about 3,500.

See you next week,


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