Hey guys, a bit of a whopper for you today. As you know, I work for a company called Power Monkey Fitness. It’s a continuing education company for olympic lifting, gymnastics, running, rowing and most things fitness.
A major goal of mine during camp is to educate people about how to properly mobilize for given lifts and how small technical details within the lifts can lead to injury. This past camp Mike Cerbus and I filmed a great video talking the intricacies of the snatch, where we need mobility and what each portion of the snatch should look like from a technical perspective for performance and injury prevention. It’s basically what our station ends up looking like when we speak together at camp. It’s your personal sneak peak into what happens at camp.
We recently put it up on youtube. Check it out below:
Dan Pope DPT, OCS, CSCS
How to Tell the Difference Between Mobility, Technical and Strength Issues When Someone Has Poor Technique
4 Reasons Why You Can’t Perform Kipping Pull-ups and Muscle-ups
The Best Manual Techniques to Improve Overhead Mobility
Are General Orthopedic Screens A Missing Tool in Your Toolbox?
Why Do Stiff Ankles Cause “Knee In” or “Toe Out” During the Squat?
How To Assess Thoracic Spine Mobility
Not All About Fitness – Video Podcast with Dr. Dave Tilley
An Overlooked Reason for Excessive Toe Out in the Deep Squat