"The importance of the deep stabilizing musculature of the neck for spinal segmental support and control has been demonstrated and clinical research indicates that many patients with neck pain have inadequate support from these muscles. Insufficiency in the pre-programmed activation of the cervical muscles, altered...

My Grandma is 96 years old and she still GETS UP AND MOVES! No matter the age, YOU NEED TO MOVE! The ACSM fitness guidelines for the older adult population for health benefits is, for the most part, exactly the same as for adults (ie...

What is the best way to warm up for squats? That is a loaded question we have received hundreds of times. SO to answer your question, we put together some of our favorite moves to improve your squat mobility! This dynamic warm-up also includes the world’s...

Got an athlete non-weightbearing after surgery? Trying to figure out a way to challenge hip stability without ankle contribution? Looking to change things up? Well look no farther than this Kneeling RDL variation. The kneeling configuration is the PERFECT EXERCISE for challenging the hip musculature/stability without...

Many of you have asked how to maintain better balance with the single leg RDL and here's your answer. One of the BIGGEST mistakes people make when performing a single leg RDL is LOOSING HIP CONTROL AND LETTING THE PELVIS ROTATE!! I cannot tell you...

When it comes to ab exercises, variations of the leg lift exercise are a staple for those in the fitness industry. However, why is it that sometimes you feel this exercise in your low back? I thought we were training abs? Be sure to pay close...

Developing the hip flexors is essential for a lot of sports. Strong and powerful hip flexors help with kicking, punting, sprinting, and jumping. They may also help with low back pain! Try out this excellent psoas march with wall support to help stabilize yourself. Regressions - Try...

The landmine RDL is a great way to develop the adequate balance and proprioceptive control to transition from a normal double leg RDL to a true single leg RDL. The single leg RDL (which we will cover tomorrow) is particularly challenging for many because of...

The RDL is an amazing way to hit the ENTIRE posterior chain. We're talking more than just the hamstrings and glutes here, but also more proximal (lats, erector spinae, etc) and more distal (calves). If you're getting stuck in your deadlifts, or feeling deadlifts only...

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