17 09, 2018

You Are NOT Your F*cking MRI!
The Truth Behind Pain, Imaging, Surgery and MORE...

2018-09-17T13:57:11+00:00 By |

Stop Letting a Piece of Paper Define You We are in the midst of an orthopedic injury epidemic. More people are hurt than ever before, and shockingly, more people are receiving "conclusive" imaging and quick fix surgical interventions than EVER before. It's time to take a sta [...]

11 09, 2018

How to Preserve Your Orthopedic Health During Contest Prep
Staying Healthy While Competing In The Most Unhealthy Sport In The World

2018-09-11T15:21:36+00:00 By |

Just Because You Look Great Doesn't Mean You're Healthy When it comes to preparing for physique competition, most competitors have an all-or-nothing mentality. They will pull out all the stops and do everything possible, except keep their health in check. Let’s be clear, phy [...]

3 09, 2018

Metabolic Flexibility: How To Use Carbs AND Fat As Fuel
Setting The Dogmatic Diet Record Straight Once And For All

2018-09-05T19:01:35+00:00 By |

The Grand Debate: Carbs vs. Fat for FUEL... Stop me if you have heard this one... “Fat is the best fuel and you need to stop being a sugar burner for better body composition.” Or, “Carbs are evil and should not be eaten.” And then the inverse, “Carbs are a requirement for th [...]

28 08, 2018

The Biggest Mistake You’re Making With Shoulder Training
Build Bigger, Stronger, Healthier Shoulders With This One Simple Fix

2018-08-28T14:46:36+00:00 By |

Theoretical "Pain-Free" Shoulder Exercises Gone Wrong With the ever growing incidence of shoulder pain among the active population, many in the sports performance and fitness industries are seeking instant gratification in the form of a magic pill for shoulder training and h [...]

20 08, 2018

Functional Isometrics For Strength, Mass & Mind-Muscle Connection
The 3 Most Effective Isometric Methods You Should Be Using

2018-08-20T15:17:27+00:00 By |

Isometrics for More Muscle and Strength There are three primary actions a muscle can perform: concentric, eccentric and isometric. A concentric action means the muscle fibers are shortening, such as the “up” phase a biceps curl. An eccentric action means the fibers are lengt [...]

13 08, 2018

Should You Go To Physical Therapy School?
7 Industry Leaders Sound Off On The Great Debate of Rehab In Fitness

2018-08-13T16:35:14+00:00 By |

The Emergence of the Hybrid Coach In Fitness With the marked rise of the incidence of injury in sport and fitness over the last decade, many personal trainers and strength coaches have been forced to evolve into a more hybrid role managing pain and dysfunction that is presen [...]

6 08, 2018

The Lost Art of Conditioning For Strength, Performance & Recovery
The 3 Most Effective Conditioning Methods Every Coach Should Be Using

2018-08-08T08:56:00+00:00 By |

What Ever Happened To Intelligent Conditioning? In the strength and conditioning world, strength is often prioritized and conditioning is somewhat of an after-thought. To give you an example, take the typical college football program. I'm going to use mine as an example of o [...]

30 07, 2018

5 Staple Single Arm Dumbbell Rows You Should Be Doing
The Best Row Variations For A Bigger Stronger Back & Healthy Shoulders

2018-07-30T15:57:46+00:00 By |

The King of All Rows If your goal is to develop a strong and muscular back that looks as good as it performs, you better damn well place an emphasis on the row. The single arm dumbbell row and its many variations provide the cornerstone of smart back training, and facilitate [...]

23 07, 2018

Maximizing The Force-Velocity Curve For Power & Strength Development
What You Don't Know About Training FORCE Is Killing Your Gains

2018-07-23T16:57:47+00:00 By |

Training The Forgotten Force-Velocity Curve Let’s face it, when it comes to maximizing performance in the gym and on the field, most athletes and coaches have no idea how to actually train to develop true strength and power capacities, let alone how to manipulate force and v [...]

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