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Why You Should Be Foam Rolling For Better Posture

Why You Should Be Foam Rolling For Better Posture. If you have bad posture or tight shoulders try these simple and effective foam rolling exercises. They can be done daily before your workout as a warm up or after as recovery.

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Beginners Strength Training Workout for Runners

In this Beginners Strength Training Workout for Runners we go over a basic strength training program that will no only help your running progress but also may help reduce injuries and help you recovery faster. It includes foam rolling, mobility, strength training exercises and stretching.    

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Exercising With Knee Pain? Here’s How To Do It!

Do you want to exercise with knee pain? Here is how to do it. In this video I go over my favorite foam rolling, mobility and strength exercises that do not add stress and pain to an injured knee. In fact these exercises might being pain relief to your sore or injured knee. Give it…

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Is this the Most Important Joint of the Body?

What is the most important joint of the body? I would petition for the Ankle Joint as its optimal functionality is crucial for proper athletic performance and injury prevention. In this video we go over: How to test the joint movement How to do Self Myofascial Release and Foam Rolling Mobility and Strength Exercises. By…

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Fix Your Rounded Back – Thoracic Strength

We made it to the third and final installment of our Fix Your Rounded Back Series. In the first installment video we went over a few Thoracic Spine Mobility Drills both with and without a foam roller. In the second video we go over Thoracic Spine Extension Exercises and in this third installment we add…

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Fix Your Rounded Back – Thoracic Extension

Have you been working from home a lot recently and want to fix your rounded back? Too many zoom meetings, watching TV and texting can lead to a posture that establishes the round back position which is not optimal for both physical and physiological function. In this first installment video we went over a few…

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Fix Your Rounded Back – Mobility Drills

Have you been working from home and adopted a slumping posture? Too many zoom meetings, watching TV and texting can lead to a posture that establishes the round back position which is not optimal for both physical a physiological function. In this video we go over a few Thoracic Spine Mobility drills both with and…

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Essential Equipment for Home Workouts

I was asked what I thought was essential equipment for at home workouts. I came up with three criteria which included: Cost effective, versatile and space saving. I included a foam roller, various bands, sliders, kettlebell and a jump rope. If you wanted to move into the second tier of home exercise equipment I recommended:…

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Progress Towards the Military Press

  The Military or Overhead Press is one of those forgotten or underutilized exercises in our physical movement culture. I am not exactly sure why this is, maybe it’s because many of life’s general tasks are performed right in front of our eyes and do not require us to move weight over our head. Why…

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How to Deal with Shin Splints

One of the most common sports related conditions I come across is Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS) or as it is most commonly known as Shin Splints.  The diagnosis of shin splints is expressed from a recurring dull ache over the lower and medial portion of the lower leg between the knee and the ankle.…

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