This past weekend we were very fortunate to host Michael Cantrell and the Postural Restoration Institute for their Postural Respiration Course. This was my 8th PRI course, including sitting for their PRT certification earlier in the year, and it really cleared up a lot for me and gave me some different tools to use. That… Read more
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With the official release of Optimizing Movement, I want to address several questions I’ve gotten both over the last week and over the last few years pertaining to the importance of maximizing movement quality and capacity. If you have a question not covered here, please post it in the comments section below! Click here for… Read more
In February, I had an opportunity to do a one-day presentation with Joel Jamieson at Dynamic Strength and Conditioning in Nashua, NH. Shortly after announcing I would be there, I got an influx of emails from people that wouldn’t be able to make it (weird that people wouldn’t want to travel to New Hampshire in… Read more
In an effort to better understand the mechanisms that contribute to injury and to design better programs to make our players more durable on the ice, I’ve read a ton of research on hip injuries, such as hip flexor/adductor tears, sports hernias, osteitis pubis, femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), and labral tears over the last several years…. Read more
I RARELY recommend “follow along” training products. In fact, the only one I can think of that I ever supported was Eric Cressey’s “Show and Go”, and that was only after our staff used the program for several months ourselves and saw how well-designed it was. While I can appreciate why people flock to done-for-you… Read more