Corrective Exercise

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TRICEPS: THE OVERLOOKED COMPONENT OF SHOULDER STRENGTH

TRICEPS: THE OVERLOOKED COMPONENT OF SHOULDER STRENGTH When shoulder injury strikes, athletes often turn their focus to strengthening the rotator cuff or improving thoracic rotation. But there’s an often overlooked muscle whose work we rely on to create the kind of power and stability required of baseball and softball players, swimmers and other

TRICEPS: THE OVERLOOKED COMPONENT OF SHOULDER STRENGTH 2017-12-15T09:56:23+00:00

ARE YOU FIT TO RUN PART TWO

ARE YOU FIT TO RUN?  PART TWO It’s no secret that running—for sport, fitness, or simply to burn off stress—is hugely popular.  It’s one of the most basic, fundamentally human things our movement system is designed to do, yet research suggest that approximately three out of four runners get a least one running-related

ARE YOU FIT TO RUN PART TWO 2017-11-25T10:13:41+00:00

ARE YOU FIT TO RUN PART ONE

ARE YOU FIT TO RUN?  PART ONE It’s no secret that running—for sport, fitness, or simply to burn off stress—is hugely popular.  It’s one of the most basic, fundamentally human things our movement system is designed to do, yet research suggest that approximately three out of four runners get a least one running-related

ARE YOU FIT TO RUN PART ONE 2017-11-21T19:26:54+00:00

THE CHOP PATTERN

THE CHOP PATTERN Chopping exercises are a staple in most of our fitness programming.  Not only are they one of the best ways to build reflexive core strength and endurance, they’re also a great assessment tool to identify left/right side imbalances. The chop pattern is a fundamental human movement involved in a wide variety

THE CHOP PATTERN 2017-09-19T15:44:16+00:00