MyoCycle anti-injury app


Maximum Pace
Aug 28, 2012

The duo’s new smartphone app aims to take Hetherington’s particular brand of therapy, myotherapy, and distill it down into exercises [...]
One shouldn't read too much into the perhaps hasty choice of wording; but still, the notion of a particular brand of therapy had my bells ringing, or rather quacking.

One assessment by a practitioner of "evidence based" medicine cautiously suggests (if I read it correctly) that despite certain odd aromas surrounding it, "myotherapy" is a net positive. And the software only costs a measly three bucks, so why not?

(Not for me, though. I have a pretty reliable method of avoiding physical pain: the combination of lack of ambition, and laziness.)