18 01, 2017

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

By | January 18th, 2017|Bodybuilding, Motivation, Performance, Strength Training|1 Comment

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...]

11 01, 2017

The Top 30 Exercises To Build Strong Abs & Healthy Lower Backs

By | January 11th, 2017|Bodybuilding, Performance, Strength Training, Uncategorized, Workouts|1 Comment

Want To Say Healthy? Build A Resilient Core If you want to have a long-lasting training career full of beneficial results until the day you put the dumbbells down forever, there is one absolute quality that can help you achieve that. A resilient core. Building yourself a wel [click to continue...]

9 01, 2017

6 Mandatory Exercises To Prevent Injuries

By | January 9th, 2017|Corrective Exercise, Performance, Physical Therapy|2 Comments

Performance Tools for Better Health and Athleticism! It can be a great discouragement for many trainees when progress in the gym is hindered by sports injuries. The chaotic world of sport sometimes places our joints and connective tissue in unpredictable situations. These si [click to continue...]

4 01, 2017

The 4 Best “Foam Rolling” Drills That Actually Work

By | January 4th, 2017|Corrective Exercise, Performance, Physical Therapy|1 Comment

The Foam Roller Isn't Just For Traditional Self-Myofascial Release Just because you are using a foam roller as a tool doesn’t necessarily mean that movement should be considered a self-myofascial releases (SMR) technique. This may be hard for some of you overly touchy feely [click to continue...]

2 01, 2017

Avoid The 5 Biggest Mistakes People Make With Fitness Goals

By | January 2nd, 2017|Lifestyle, Motivation, Nutrition|1 Comment

There's a reason why most fitness and health goals turn into pure and utter BS in a matter of a few weeks, especially this time of year. Sure, change is hard, but it's also not acceptable to pigeon hole your goals before they even start with magical quick fix mindsets that l [click to continue...]

28 12, 2016

Top 25 Female Fitness Coaches To Follow in 2017

By | December 28th, 2016|Lifestyle, Motivation|1 Comment

There are some absolutely amazing females in the fitness industry. These women are incredibly knowledgable, experienced, empowering, are constantly learning, and are incredibly strong, and deserve the same amount of respect and coverage as their male counterparts. While I ha [click to continue...]

26 12, 2016

The Pallof Press: A Smarter Alternative To Crunches & Sit-Ups

By | December 26th, 2016|Corrective Exercise, Performance, Strength Training|0 Comments

Here's What You Need To Know... 1. Want to target the entire core, including the shoulder and hip complexes in addition to the abdominal wall simultaneously to improve functional strength? Try the Pallof Press. 2. Make this staple "anti-rotation" core strength movement even [click to continue...]

21 12, 2016

The Best Squat Variation You’ve Never Used Before

By | December 21st, 2016|Bodybuilding, Performance, Strength Training|4 Comments

Here's What You Need To Know... 1. Coaches, athletes and rehab pros need to stop force feeding the barbell squat! Not every person is going to be able to tolerate the this variations due to pain, lack of technical skill, and of course their goals not matching up to having a [click to continue...]

19 12, 2016

Strength Training Will Save The Physical Therapy Profession

By | December 19th, 2016|Performance, Physical Therapy, Strength Training|2 Comments

How To Be A Strength-Focused Physical Therapist “Hi, I’m Scotty and I’m a Physical Therapist.” It wasn’t that long ago that this confession would have been my caveat emptor prior to engaging in conversations about physical therapy and strength training. There has been both m [click to continue...]


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