Here is a shoe-string model I designed for the visual learner to help understand nerve tension. Be sure to turn your sound on as this time I explain movements at the hip, and what nerves are put on tension. As a clinician, you want to...

Here is an excellent exercise you can regress and progress for scapular stability. If you watch a fighter prior to their punch, you will see a counter movement that helps to create power in their strike. Scapular stability helps to promote the transfer of power...

Stop doing your lat pulldowns wrong! This is something we see way too often in the gym, and it deserves some serious attention. The Lats are anchored to the posterior iliac crest, and insert on part of the scapula and just below the anterior head of...

When it comes to golf, rotation is the name of the game. More importantly, it's about creating and controlling the torque created from rotation in your golf swing. Golf isn't always pretty, but that's why we only count strokes. Sometimes you have to make accurate...

Here is a golf circuit designed to improve pelvic and scapular stabilization, club head speed, and hip internal rotation. Pelvic and scapular stability are a component of ACTIVE dissociation. There is a difference between actively controlling rotation, and banging on your joints and ligaments. Learning to...

Golf is all about body dissociation. Can you maintain a golf posture while you move your arms, torso, and pelvis independently in a coordinated manner? Golf, like other sports, gets complicated when you're trying to produce maximal power with accuracy. SO when you train for...

"Feel is the most perplexing part of golf, and probably the most important." - Arnold Palmer Preparing for a round of golf is about getting your mind and body right for that 'feel'. Golf is a mental game because it stresses the central nervous system. That...

After mastering the static bear crawl position - lets progress to the exercise’s name itself, bear CRAWL. We’re going to focus on the upper body movement analysis in this video. The first part of the video focuses on promoting and learning the pattern moving forward...

When it comes to running, a common mistake we see is the lack of running-specific-position training and stretching. Running is a repetitive cycle that includes jumping and landing in a stride-stance position. When in contact with the ground, we spend about 60% of the time...

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