Fatigue is a complex issue, rarely noted beyond athlete complaints of feeling tired. Alejandro Nino explains why an athlete or patient stops exercising and how to influence variables for improved performance. Two of the main theories of exercise regulation are the peripheral model and the central governor model of fatigue(1). These two models are mostly... MORE
Alejandro Piris Nino
Born and raised in Madrid (Spain), Alejandro began his professional dance career in 1995 with the Victor Ullate Ballet company. In 1999, Alejandro moved to New York where he danced for American Ballet Theater until 2008. While with ABT, Alejandro obtained his GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® certifications as well as the National Academy of Sports Medicine personal training certification. Alejandro is also a GYROTONIC® Pre-Trainer instructor and is currently teaching GYROTONIC® Pre-Training courses and private sessions to professional dancers in the New York area. In 2008, he joined Hubbard Street Dance Chicago where he danced until his retirement in 2010. In exploring his curiosity in sports and dance injuries, Alejandro obtained his Doctor in Physical Therapy degree at Long Island University and has since then participated in a great number of manual therapy and other continuing education courses. Alejandro currently enjoys most learning about pain neuroscience and especially reading and disseminating to his patients the work of Luis Gifford.