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9 Critical Principles for a Successful Off-season Program (Part 3)

We’re up to part 3 in our series.  If you missed the previous parts you can find them below: Part 1 click HERE Part 2 click HERE Now onto the finale… 7: Go Strict Now don’t get me

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9 Critical Principles for a Successful and Injury Free Off-season (Part 2)

If you missed part 1 in our series then click HERE to go back and check it out before continuing facebook's own video.  Now onto part 2… 4: Have Some Fun If the sole purpose of your training is

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9 Critical Principles for a Successful and Injury Free Off-season (Part 1)

1: Take Some Time Off After a grueling open season it’s natural to want to be excited about getting back into training hardcore herunterladen. You’ve been able to test your mettle in the open,

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The Good, Bad and Ugly of Crossfit as a Form of Fitness

deezer musik herunterladen Hey all, I had the pleasure of being on Sarah Polacco’s podcast “Purposeful Strength” recently.  Sarah is a phenomenal strength coach over at Achieve Fitness

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How to Work Pain Science Into Treatment for Athletes

When I was in graduate school I was lucky enough to have a few great mentors who pushed me into the direction of pain science and the psychosocial approach (Thanks Mark Butler and Steph Muth).  I’ve

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Lessons and Reflections from 2017

One of my favorite mentors is a health and wellness professional by the name of Paul Chek.  One of Paul’s biggest teachings is being able to live your dream and with it living to be the best version

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The Largest Factor that Leads to Injury that No One Addresses

Injury is something that we all face from time to time when training hard.  I’d argue that having some pain is inevitable if you’ve been training long enough.  A lot of factors contribute

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What You Need to Know About Pain to Get Out of Pain and Back to Training

Pain is a funny thing.  Sometimes you can push through it and it gets better.  Sometimes you push through it and it gets worse.  Sometimes one joint hurts a lot one day for what seems like no reason

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Lacking Midline Stability During Overhead Pressing is a Myth

Hey all, One thing I hear quite a bit from coaches and also from reading in the blog-o-sphere is the idea of a lack of mid-line stability causing lower back (lumbar) hyper-extension during overhead press. 

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How Much Pain Can We Push Through During Rehabilitation?

I’ve written a bit about whether or not it’s ok to push into pain during rehab of chronic injuries and we’ve got some cool research to show that not only is it alright to encourage pain

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Should You Push Your Patients Into Pain During Physical Therapy Exercises?

Whether or not you should push your patients into pain during physical therapy is a pretty common question.  I've seen people on both ends of the spectrum.  Shoulder experts like Jeremy Lewis

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3 Principles of Movement and Meditation

This guest post here was written by a good friend and mentor of mine, Seth Oberst.  Seth is the guy I call when I have a tough chronic pain patient I'm stuck with and can't progress.  He always

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