How Training Works

YOUR SOLUTION TO TRAINING, REHAB, PREVENTING INJURIES, OR JUST IMPROVING THE HEALTH OF YOUR BODY! Train Rugged is a protocol of physical training and bodywork that allows optimal functioning and healing to take place. It is a blend of movement…

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Physical Health

In my fifteen years of being a part of the exercise and health community the subject of acquiring and improving one's health is something that most people all agree on. People want to be healthy. For some healthy is a…

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Best Glute Exercise

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaGNKkrNyw4 Minimal equipment yet highly effective glute max lengthener In this video we are demonstrating an easy, at home corrective exercise you can do to lengthen your glute max fibers. Why do we want to lengthen them? Because if your…

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Exercise: What Is At Stake

The short, fast, and dirty is…our body’s health is at stake.   A Big Debate If you’ve seen any of my other posts, you may start to get the feeling that I’m not the biggest fan of “exercise”. Sure, I…

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Healthness: The Road Less Traveled

Tunnel Vision I work in a field called spatial medicine, also known as physical medicine. Your physical therapist, chiropractor, massage therapist, and CrossFit or yoga instructor does the same thing. Essentially we work with people to educate them on their bodies…

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Keeping It Simple and Diving In: Part 1

THE MIND BODY-CONNECTION Humans are anything but simple when you start to dive into the intricacies of human physiology. Therefor when it comes to training and choosing a direction to go in, it can be hard to start.  There are…

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Functional Training Advice: Part 3

The next "functional" must is to train yourself in an integrated manner. Meaning, get out of the sagittal plane, and work some frontal or horizontal plane exercises, move in every direction available to you. Mix isometrics in with motor-control movements,…

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Glute Max: How To Load

Evolutionary Biology If you study anthropology, you'll learn that one of the ways that humans came to rise above other animal classes is that we stood up. Our jaws got smaller as our brains grew larger, and eventually this led to…

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Kinesthetic Literacy Part 1: Muscle Function

Issue: No Anatomy Classes Adults, kids, pretty much nobody on this planet is being exposed to anatomy education. Kinesthetic literacy has been oriented around sports, dance, and thats about it. And even these complex scenarios where movements are taught, they aren't…

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Training Like a Human: What Nature Teaches Us

s Want to see and experience truth? Observe nature. Go out in nature and be in it, listen to it, feel it. Reconnect with what it means to be human. Nature was here way before we were. We were born out of…

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