Aerobic Capacity: Training’s Silver Bullet

Train Your Heart Aerobic training is often classified into the 'cardio' category of training. We automatically think of running, step classes, swimming, basically any activity that is longer than 15 minutes of continuous movement and work. These are all examples…

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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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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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Basics 101: Quadped with Resistance

Think "create core tension when you breathe out" and as you breathe in, "relax into the floor, fill the back of your shirt with your spine". But DO NOT let go of the tension you created, be sure to maintain tension…

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Your Core: Why You Need to Understand your TVA

YOUR INNER SPRING SYSTEM Today I want to take a moment and explain to your about your transverse abdominis, aka your TVA. Your TVA is a barrel-shaped layer of your abdominals, and it helps keep the ribcage and pelvis connected.…

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What Are The Best Exercises As You Age

Your Anti-Gravity Subsystem There's no stopping it, time is coming for you, and each one of us. The only chance we have to beat it is to improve our biomechanics and understand how to rebuild the spring system in ourselves.…

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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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Turning On The Posterior & Anterior Chains

Having a posterior chain that receives the message to 'turn-on' is going to help us in the world of movement for many reasons. Apart from being a major contributor to uprightness and posture, it is also a contributor to lifting load off…

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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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