20 08, 2018
  • functional isometrics

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

2018-08-20T15:17:27-05:00By |

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 lengthening, the “down” phase of a curl. An isometric [...]

8 07, 2018
  • shoulder mobility

5 Exercises To Instantly Improve Shoulder Mobility

2018-07-08T13:36:25-05:00By |

The Most Common Pain In Fitness... According to current injury incidence trends, the longstanding king of pain and dysfunction, notorious generalized non-specific lower back pain syndrome, is no longer the most common pain complaint among the active population. It may come to a surprise to many, but surely a confirmation for many [...]

12 04, 2017
  • band row

Fix Your Ugly Row With This Banded Dumbbell Row Variation

2018-01-13T09:03:19-06:00By |

The Problem With The Traditional Dumbbell Row If you want a big strong back and healthy shoulders, the dumbbell row and it's many variations must be a staple movement pattern in your training. But here's the problem; the row is theoretically super shoulder friendly, but in the real world where athletes actually [...]

8 03, 2017
  • squat hip pinch

Stop Squatting Through That Painful Hip Pinch!

2020-02-12T14:00:08-06:00By |

There's No Excuse To Squat Through Hip Pain You heard me! Stop squatting through that “tightness”, “pinching sensation” in the front of your hip. Many times, people say that they feel a “pinching” or “tight” feeling on the front of their hip when they squat. Most of the time, it is [...]

27 02, 2017
  • coaching cues

The 8 Most Effective Coaching Cues That You Aren’t Using

2018-01-13T09:04:20-06:00By |

Fix Your Technique With More Effective Cueing As athletes and coaches, our results are highly depend on proper movement execution and the continuous progress towards optimizing movement patterns to build a foundation of pain-free function. One of the single most challenging aspects of coaching is individualizing foundational movement patterns to best fit [...]

15 02, 2017
  • achy shoulders

The One Exercise That Will Fix Your Achy Shoulders Forever

2018-01-13T09:05:02-06:00By |

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 generalized front sided shoulder pain can stem from a host of postural [...]


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