This is the 3rd and final segment in the Best of 2013 KevinNeeld.com series. If you missed the first two pieces, you can check them out here: Best of 2013: KevinNeeld.com Articles Best of 2013: KevinNeeld.com Exercise Videos Today we’ll wrap up with the top new products and resources for those of you looking for… Read more
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Over the last couple of weeks I shared a 3-part series on optimizing movement that dove into the importance of recognizing individual structural differences, what you need to know about “corrective” exercise, and how to individualize exercise in a group or team setting. If you missed those posts, I’d encourage you to check them out… Read more
If you missed the first two parts of this “Optimal Movement Series”, I’d encourage you to check them out at the links below, as they really lay the platform for today’s discussion. Structural Adaptations: Not Just a Hockey Problem The Truth About Corrective Exercise One of the big questions that comes up in discussing integrating… Read more
Part 1 of the “Optimal Movement Series” discussed several reasons why it’s so important to have an assessment process in place and identified a few ways in which structural changes will influence movement. If you missed that, you can check it out here: Structural Adaptations: Not Just a Hockey Problem Today we’ll continue the discussion… Read more
If you’re reading this from the U.S., I hope you and your family enjoyed a Happy Thanksgiving yesterday! I’m still fighting off a pie coma, but was able to get some writing done earlier in the week so the day wouldn’t be a complete loss. Enjoy! Over the last several years, I’ve written a lot… Read more