12 11, 2018
  • heat is the new ice

Stop Icing Your Injuries: Why Heat Is The New Ice

2018-11-12T18:56:52-06:00By |

Why Do People Still Ice Injuries? For decades, the go-to advice when treating an injury was the acronym RICE, rest, ice, compression, elevate. We've all heard it before, if you get hurt, you ICE that injury right away! But as athletes, coaches and rehab professionals, we need to stop blindly buying into [...]

22 10, 2018
  • shoulder health

Top 6 Exercises To Take Back Your Shoulder Health
Struggling With Shoulder Pain and Injuries? Do These 6 Exercises...

2018-10-23T08:49:29-05:00By |

Rebuilding Shoulder Strength, Stability & Performance When it comes to excelling at pull-ups, bench press or literally ANY other movement on earth, having strong and stable shoulders, and also being able to control the mobility of your shoulders and shoulder blades is absolutely imperative for performance and shoulder health. Many people fall [...]

15 10, 2018
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There’s No Such Thing As Injury Prevention
Redefining The Way We Look at Pain, Injuries & Recovery

2018-10-15T16:33:19-05:00By |

We Cannot Prevent 100% of Injuries, Period It’s one of the hottest terms in fitness today, injury prevention. With the increasing incidence of injuries across the board in both our fitness and sports performance industries came the rise of the phrase “injury prevention” and with it, the popularity of specific training and [...]

23 09, 2018
  • hip mobility

10 Exercises To Instantly Improve Hip Mobility

2018-09-23T17:51:59-05:00By |

The Most Notoriously "TIGHT" Region of The Body Have you ever asked the average person who has been battling chronic lower back pain or a painful hip pinch what they think the problem is? As a physical therapist and coach, I ask these questions for a living. And usually, the answer goes [...]

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 [...]


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