March 5, 2019

Shoulders are always a hot topic whether it be rehab or performance. For rehab we have patients dealing with limited function and reduced activity participation due to shoulder deficits. For performance we have clients and athletes looking to maximize their strength an...

March 3, 2019

A common conversation I get into on social media is how to be a better coach, personal trainer, strength coach, or physical therapist. People usually reach out for resources and tips on developing a better skill set and knowledge base. With our vast amount of informati...

February 26, 2019

Back when I first got into training people I was very fortunate to have met Dean Somerset. I lucked out that he happened to be teaching my personal training course and entertained my onslaught of questions. Somehow I managed to convince him to let me come and shadow hi...

February 22, 2019

On a daily basis I receive questions about the best corrective exercise for _______. You can put almost anything you want in that blank and I've probably been asked about it - you'd be pretty shocked to see my messaging feed.

I struggle with these questions for a few re...

February 19, 2019

This starts a new series where each week I'm going to discuss a few random tips that popped up during practice, coaching, or interacting in the prior week. As well, I'll provide some additional resources such as books, podcasts, or articles to help those who are hungry...

February 16, 2019

🔥Complete Trainer’s Toolbox🔥

Over 10 presentations with an online seminar format of presentations and practical content, spanning topics from program design, help clients to improve mechanics, content addressing training lower body, pelvic floor, trunk, and shoulders,...

February 16, 2019

Humans are these incredibly awesome, adaptable, and diverse creatures.

Within our awesomeness, over time we have adapted to have a diverse set of unique features in our anatomy that provides for a wide range of movement from person to person. This is something that...

February 16, 2019

Squatting is a fantastic movement for overall lower body development and makes you a stronger more challenging person to kill. With that said, squatting is one of those movements that you find people are either in love with it, or despise it. Those who love it are ofte...

May 23, 2018

In the past decade (or two) there as been a growing debate of whether or not someone should have their chin up or down while lifting. This is mostly related to the topic of lifting weights off the ground (deadlifts, snatches, cleans, etc.) and squatting movements.


April 15, 2018

One of my biggest pet peeves is to hate on an exercise - not jokingly, but genuinely say an exercise is bad across the board. This happens for a lot of exercises, but recently burpees have been getting an extra level of hate.

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