Reactive Neuromuscular Training (RNT) is a technique used to improve movement quality and exercise form. RNT utilizes external resistance (I.E., resistance band) to facilitate an automatic, subconscious response at the neuromuscular level. This can translate into improved movement patterns with less compensation. I love using...

Linear med ball slams are just as, if not more, important for athletes. A big difference with med ball slams is the emphasis on deceleration (think brakes). I tend to prescribe med ball slams first prior to med ball throws to build big brakes. You...

Med ball throw exercises are an excellent way to build strength-speed and power. Lateral/rotational med ball throws are especially important for rotational/multi-directional athletes. Some example sports include golf, baseball, hockey, lacrosse, and track & field. However, lateral/rotational med ball throws should not be reserved only...

We make an effort to not use the word ‘functional’ when we refer to exercises. However, there are ‘functional’ movements that are a part of life, and carry is one of them. Building carry strength can make life easier, here are a few examples of...

I have been seeing a lot of runners lately and this exercise progression has been a staple in their program. If you watch someone run (thats just what us movement enthusiasts do when people run by us) you’ll notice that almost everyone has a different...

ACLr recovery is a beast. It is tedious, it is something individuals have to live with and work at for the rest of their lives, and the medical field is still learning more about how to improve outcomes each and every year. One of the...

Here is one of my go to hip STM techniques prior to working out or when I am sore from a mean leg day. FYI no muscles were released here, nothing detached people, everything is still connected 😂. Performing STM can improve range of motion short...

Check out this legit adductor mobility flow that every athlete should perform prior to performing on the field or in the weight room. Hip and groin mobility is essential for various training methods including agility, plyometrics, sprinting, and performing heavy traditional and olympic weightlifting. Be...

Check out this great posterior oblique sling strengthening exercise using a kettlebell and a bench. Set up a KB in a front rack position with your fist and forearm in a vertical position. With the same side of your body relative to the KB ➡️ place your...

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