Functional Training Advice: Part 4

The last and most important thing in deciphering whether or not your training is "functional" is to ask yourself, is it purposeful? Do you have a reason behind your training plan? Does what you do for that one hour each…

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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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Functional Training Advice: Part 1

The buzz is out everybody, functional training is in. But what is functional training? Everybody seems to have a gimmick, in a moment I'm going to share my gimmick, but seriously, wtf is functional training? A lot of times, programs and…

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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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Your Biomechanics

Biomechanics: Changing Your Being Your biomechanics play a crucial role in your physical shape, functioning, and development. Biomechanics is defined as the study of the mechanical laws relating to the movement or structure of living organisms. Simply put, no two bodies…

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Re-balancing Muscles, Fascia, and Joints

Bring Back Biomechanics Pain is not meant to be part of training! Sadly it's becoming the norm for most people in a gym to have chronic pains or ongoing injuries, and although a lot of it is the mentality of…

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Single Leg Exercise: Are You Stable?

Single leg training can be one of the most important components to strengthening and aligning your hip, knee, and ankle. This exercise is one I do each day I train my lower body, as well as days off. It may look like…

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My Top 10 Tips To Train Smarter

Self motivation and discipline are two prerequisites to succeed in any sort of training plan. I don't care what you're working towards; a handstand, a 5k, a heavy squat, a marathon, a dance recital, an exam, a lab project, grad…

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