Posts Tagged with "hip-assessment"
One of the more flagrant “mic drops” I toss down whenever I speak to a group of fitness professionals (remember when we used to be able to do that in person?) is that forcing people to adopt a symmetrical stance while performing basic lifts such as deadlifts or squats is more likely hurting people rather… Read more
If you’re a personal trainer or strength coach you likely work with clients and athletes who 1) have glutes and 2) are looking to up their glute game. Today’s guest post by strength coach, Menachem Brodie, goes a bit further down the rabbit hole than just giving you a bunch of glute-centric exercises to consider…. Read more
WHEW – talk about a whirlwind day yesterday. I spent the bulk of it glued to my laptop making sure things ran smoothly with the launch, answering questions and emails, and trying to stay on top of social media engagement. 1) THANK YOU to everyone who has gone of their way to mention and/or plug… Read more
I gotta say, I could barely sleep last night. Dean Somerset and I have spent the better part of the past two years traveling all across North America and parts of Europe presenting our Complete Shoulder & Hip Workshop. All told, we’ve presented it 10-15 times. I’m not kidding, either: I…could…not…sleep last night. I kept… Read more