3 Things I Learned in 2012

2012 was a big year in terms of continuing my education and having an understanding of how the body works and how different segments of the body can affect each other. Below are 3 aha moments that I learned in 2012 and how they are related to each other. 1. Extension is the new flexion.... Continue Reading →

Core Stability in Your Program Part 2

In part 1  we talked about the different types of core training exercises and implementing them in your training program. In part 2 we are going to talk about developing stability while standing and integrating it with movement. Anti Lateral flexion and rotation is an area that many athletes lack strength and stability in.  It... Continue Reading →

Core Stability in your Training Program

Assessing and addressing core stability is an important part of a solid strength and conditioning program . The reason for that is the better you can control/stabilize your pelvis the better you can demonstrate force through movement. This applies to whether your goal is getting stronger and lifting heavier weights, or getting faster on the... Continue Reading →

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