Category Archives: corrective exercise

Contrarian Fitness (Why I hate foam rollers)

My inbox has been blowing up lately about a post coach Mike Boyle did entitled “Is Foam Rolling Bad For You?” In it, coach Boyle referenced an article I wrote about 4 years ago about why I did not like … Continue reading

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One thing I have been working on over the past several months is more body weight training and this includes hand stand push ups. When I started, even putting my head down caused me to be dizzy and feel horrible. … Continue reading

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Contrarian Fitness (Why I hate foam rollers)

My inbox has been blowing up lately about a post coach Mike Boyle did entitled “Is Foam Rolling Bad For You?” Mike Boyle In it, coach Boyle referenced an article I wrote about 4 years ago about why I did not like the … Continue reading

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How Do We Measure Movement for More Muscle, Strength and Less Pain?

Just a heads up on a great article below.  I will have much more on the blog soon, but I have been swamped under some deadlines this week; so hang in there. In the meantime, my good buddy Frankie Faires … Continue reading

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Is Lumbar Flexion The Devil?

Al Beinert 311 lbs bent press, circa 1953 It seems like the topic of lumbar (low back) movement is a topic that has been debated for years, yet strongmen like Al Beinert above must have not read that research.  Oh … Continue reading

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A Few of My Favorite Exercises: Pendlay Rows, Suitcase Deadlifts, Kettlebell Presses with Rotation and Rounded Back Deadlifts

I love trying to think of new ways to do things. I don’t really believe their are any “new” exercises, but below are few that you can use to add more muscle and strength. They are not very common either … Continue reading

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