To be able to complete activities overhead you need mobility. Are you sick of this word? Do you even understand it? Mobility is essentially comprised of two parts; range of motion and control. It is [...]
The knee is often the bearer of injury and pain amongst runners. Most runners will have heard of or been on the receiving end of diagnoses such as patellofemoral pain syndrome, ITB friction, ‘runners knee’, [...]
For decade’s coaches, trainers and athletes have sworn by the post-workout ice bath, claiming decreased recovery times, increased hypertrophy and increased strength due to the notion that inflammatory processes inhibit muscle reconstitution. These coaches have [...]
Chest is out….Back is in! Unfortunately as a society we exist in an anteriorly dominated world, from driving our car, to texting our friends and families and even eating and drinking, we are constantly reinforcing [...]
Recently in clinic we have been throwing around the creation of a goat track analogy for movement and memory. Neurology and movement go hand in hand. We utilise the nervous system to create the connections [...]
NEURAL PRIMING - Eccentrics build strength @bigred322 demonstrating a deadlift warm up we've been playing with to prime the posterior chain. Focus on the slow controlled descent maintaining a stacked neutral spine.