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Be Brave Enough to Suck at Something New
Wednesday, 11 / 27 / 19
TAGS: Mobility, Movements, Mentality
This past weekend I had the opportunity to attend a Baptiste Yoga Teacher Training. The entire weekend was dedicated to learning, developing, and working with one another. Not just in a yoga sense, but forcing each other out of our comfort zones and…
Factors Related to Performance & Injury That are in Your Control
Wednesday, 12 / 12 / 18
TAGS: Mobility, Performance, Nutrition, hydration, Body Composition
If you read my last blog, it covered the factors that are out of your control related to performance and injury (such as travel, stress, sleep, and past injuries). In this blog, I’m going to piggyback off the last blog and talk about factors that you…
Off-Season Training...Build Your Roots
Tuesday, 11 / 27 / 18
TAGS: Mobility, Stability, Off-Season, endurance training, strength training, programming, beyond the miles, ROOTS
With the winter temps coming at us in full force this past week and Turkey Trots being run it’s fair to say the endurance athlete off-season is in full swing. If you’re like me I’ve been in off-season mode as soon as the temps dropped below 60*.
Is Your Mobility Issue Actually a Stability Issue?
Wednesday, 2 / 21 / 18
TAGS: Mobility, Stability, MoveBetter, FeelBetter
Do you find yourself always coming to class or your sessions early to roll out the same tight muscles and always doing your mobility exercises like a pigeon stretch or whatever it may be, and you still are not seeing the results you wish to see…
Calling All Seniors
Thursday, 7 / 27 / 17
TAGS: Community, Motivation, Mobility, Health, Seniors
When we think about exercise and strength, our mind does not automatically think of a 65 or even 80 year old banging out hang cleans. However, that does not mean that some type of exercise should not be a part of their priorities. Staying active all…
Springtime Means Golf Time
Tuesday, 4 / 25 / 17
TAGS: Mobility, Flexibility, Strength, Training
Golf and spring seem to go hand in hand. Watching Sergio Garcia win the Masters in epic fashion makes anyone who watched want to get off the couch and play right away. Because the weather is finally getting nicer, and the Masters Tournament just…
Mobilization with Movement
Tuesday, 4 / 5 / 16
TAGS: Mobility, Flexibility, Performance, Recovery, MCT, Trigger Point, Rest, Repair
we “injure” muscles to stimulate the body to repair itself with the goal of making stronger more efficient neuromuscular and musculoskeletal links. Due to improper recovery strategies (rest, eating, sleeping, work life) the repair doesn’t always go…
Focus On The Breath
Friday, 4 / 1 / 16
TAGS: Mobility, Lift, Performance, Stability, Health
Our bodies are pretty amazing pieces of equipment, if everything is built properly and there are no other issues getting in the way of it’s proper functions and processes then it is pretty remarkable at keeping itself relatively safe. The body has…
MCT – What is it and why you should be doing it
Wednesday, 3 / 9 / 16
TAGS: Goals, Mobility, Flexibility, Strength
As a staff we have invested a lot of personal time and client time into the ins and outs of Myofascial Compression Techniques. I know the questions still remain, “Really? What is MCT and why should I do it?”