15 02, 2017

The One Exercise That Will Fix Your Achy Shoulders Forever

By | February 15th, 2017|Corrective Exercise, Physical Therapy, Strength Training|1 Comment

Build Your Upper Back To Save Your Shoulders With the rising incidence of chronic shoulder pain and dysfunction running ramped throughout the active population, something needs to be done to protect and rebuild healthy and pain-free shoulders. The actual mechanism of general [click to continue...]

13 02, 2017

5 Steps To Building A Pain-Free Deadlift

By | February 13th, 2017|Performance, Physical Therapy, Strength Training|0 Comments

How To Perfectly Customize The Deadlift To YOU The sumo deadlift has become popularized in the training world as an alternative option to the conventional deadlift. Let’s be clear – we believe that the deadlift is a foundational movement pattern that belongs in nearly every [click to continue...]

8 02, 2017

The Smarter Alternative To Ineffective Unstable Surface Training

By | February 8th, 2017|Corrective Exercise, Physical Therapy, Strength Training|1 Comment

Unstable Training... You Mean Like The Bosu Ball?! When I walk into many gyms, I often feel that I am witnessing a totally butchered, and much less elegant version of Cirque Du Soleil. I have seen countless people hopelessly flailing about on Bosu balls, wobble boards, and m [click to continue...]

6 02, 2017

The Future of Fitness, Functional Training & Rehab with Dr. Craig Liebenson

By | February 6th, 2017|Corrective Exercise, Performance, Physical Therapy|0 Comments

There may be no term more polarizing in our sports performance and fitness industries than functional training over the past decade. But in lieu of it’s popularity, it’s apparent that people simply don’t know the true meaning, theory or application of this type of training m [click to continue...]

1 02, 2017

10 Smart Loaded Carry Variations For Safer, More Effective Core Strength

By | February 1st, 2017|Conditioning, Performance, Strength Training|3 Comments

Carry Yourself To Real Core Strength Loaded Carries are about as basic of an exercise as you’re going to get. In fact, they should be a staple of your program along with the other fundamental movements of push, pull, squat, and hip hinge that can be loaded heavy and trained [click to continue...]

30 01, 2017

You’re Doing Lateral Shoulder Raises Wrong

By | January 30th, 2017|Bodybuilding, Performance, Strength Training|5 Comments

If the only thing that you achieve by cranking out endless sets of dumbbell lateral raises is broken down and achy shoulders, chances are you are training this movement totally wrong. Before you throw away the lateral raise for good deeming it an "inherently dangerous" movem [click to continue...]

25 01, 2017

6 Foundational Movements That Every Person On Earth Needs To Master

By | January 25th, 2017|Performance, Physical Therapy, Strength Training|4 Comments

There's No Faking The Mastery of Foundational Movement Patterns While there are no "exercises" that are absolute necessities in smart strength training programs, there are six foundational movement patterns that every single person walking the earth should be able to develop [click to continue...]

23 01, 2017

6 Staple Movements For Bigger, Healthier Shoulders

By | January 23rd, 2017|Bodybuilding, Performance, Strength Training|2 Comments

Intelligently Build Your Shoulders To Get Out of Pain If you want shoulders that aren't chronically broken down and pissed off, you better hammer the backsides of your shoulders with concentrated volume and emphasis every day you walk into the gym. Think of building a thick [click to continue...]

18 01, 2017

4 Ways To Get Strong & Stay Healthy Without Lifting More Weight

By | January 18th, 2017|Bodybuilding, Motivation, Performance, Strength Training|3 Comments

Getting Stronger Without Adding Weight To The Bar It’s been ingrained in our psyches for ages; the thought that if you aren’t adding weight to the bar, you are NOT getting stronger. But unless you are stepping onto the platform with competition goals any time soon, absolute [click to continue...]

16 01, 2017

Use Supersets To Improve Your Mobility & Train Without Pain

By | January 16th, 2017|Corrective Exercise, Performance, Physical Therapy, Strength Training|0 Comments

Better Supersets for Better Movement Supersets and their many benefits have been written about countless times. They save time, they ramp up metabolic stress, and increase the amount of work you can do during a workout. For those that have yet to hear the concept of a supers [click to continue...]


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