One of the biggest problems in our society is knee pain. Seeing people in the older population having knee replacements is something that is becoming more and more common every day. Unfortunately knee issues aren’t just affecting the older population. These days more and more people in all age groups are complaining of knee pain … Continue reading Beating Knee Pain – Part I
"A Year From Now You May Wish You Had Started Today"
Here are a few good reads to get you through the work week! The Walk On by Jim Wendler A really, really awesome article by Jim Wendler on his years as a walk on football player at the University of Arizona. There is so much good info in this piece that I would recommend anyone read … Continue reading Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump 4/25
The first time I saw a commercial or an infomercial for the TRX trainer I thought it was a gimmick, something that would come and go like almost all the abdominal training devices you will see at 3am. Since then the TRX training system has taken off to the point where you'll have a hard time to find … Continue reading TRX Row
Here are 8 easy ways to improve your training program: Warm up thoroughly Every one overlooks warming up. Try to foam roll, stretch, and go through some type of dynamic warm up before every lifting session. You’ll be surprised how much better you feel during your workout, not to mention a little bit of injury … Continue reading 8 Ways to Improve Your Training
Here’s a few good reads from the last week to keep you busy while trying to get through another productive day at work: Is Foam Rolling Bad for You by Michael Boyle Great piece on foam rolling. There have been some articles out there and people out there claiming that foam rolling isn't all that … Continue reading Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump 4/18
One thing that we continually see in strength training is athletes and weekend warriors having issues with their shoulders. No matter what category you fall into, having a shoulder issue can be a very debilitating injury even if surgery isn’t required. We use our shoulders so much that overuse and every day wear and tear … Continue reading Tips for Healthy Shoulders
Here’s a few good reads from the last week to keep you busy while trying to get through another productive day at work: Food for Thought by Brendon Rearick Brendon touches on a few good things here but for the most part nutrition is the main topic. A lot of interesting things that make think … Continue reading Things to Read to Get You Over the Hump 4/11