I’m very pumped to announce that I’ve teamed up with Kiefer Lammi (The head strength coach from Champion PT and Performance) to start up STRONGER TV. We wanted to combine our 2 backgrounds, myself as a physical therapist and Kiefer as a strength coach to bring you our best content to help you get stronger, deal with injuries as they pop up and stay pain free for the long haul. We also want to help other coaches and therapists learn how to work with these athletes to get out of pain and achieve their training goals. We even made a cool promo video for it:
In the first episode Kiefer and I tackle one of the most common issues in strength training, overhead mobility restrictions. Overhead mobility is a must for optimal technique during olympic weightlifting, overhead pressing, pulling and really any overhead motion. In this episode we cover:
It’s a big one and I’m really pumped to share it with you all. Please let us know your thoughts and what additional topics we can cover in the future by posting a comment below. Check it out!
So there it is! First episode in the books. Our plan is to be releasing a new episode every week. (We’ve already got 5 filmed and released at this point if you want to binge) If you enjoyed today’s content please head over to the youtube page and subscribe, give us a thumbs up and share it with your friends!
Already feeling more mobile,
Dan Pope DPT, OCS, CSCS
P.S. Again, please let us know your thoughts and what additional topics we can cover in the future by posting a comment below. Kiefer and I couldn’t be more excited.
Assessing Hip Mobility For Squatting – Individual Differences And Training Considerations
How to Manipulate Programming Variables for Strength and Rehab
How Stress Causes Injury
How Prior Injury and Individual Difference Affect Risk of Injury
How Your Sporting Background and Training Age Affects Risk of Injury
How Common are Injuries in Olympic Weightlifting, Strongman, Crossfit and Recreational Fitness?
The Best Manual Techniques to Improve Overhead Mobility
Are Lat Stretches Dangerous? and 5 Better Ways to Gain Overhead Mobility