Core stability is a hot topic in the world of physical therapy and S&C for good reason. Today’s video blog provides you with an example anti-extension progression, beginning with a basic, day 1 pelvic contro
I'd wager that most people are aware of the difference between DYNAMIC and PASSIVE stretching. They're two terms that have become pretty common for those involved in the health & fitness industry as well as your average Joe.
As therapists, we understand so much about the human body and how it functions. It's important to realize, however, that our ultimate goal is also to educate our patients. This allows us to empower those seeking our help instead of creating reliance.
Intentionally or not, our society is CONDITIONED to be afraid of moving. As we age, gathering our bumps and bruises along the way, we’re told we’re broken.
In last Thursday's blog post, I talked about my experience as an Olympic sports intern with Virginia Tech's strength and conditioning program. Our big takeaway: Ask questions and be engaged.
If you're cracking into the field of strength and conditioning, chances are you'll be enrolling in an internship at some point soon. If you're serious about the profession and truly want to succeed as a strength and conditioning coach,
I woke up this morning at 5:30AM. “Why?” you might ask… Well, I attended a morning yoga class at Local Motion Studio. “Yoga?” you might ask… Yes. Yoga.
As a strength and conditioning coach, I'm asked the question "What do you think about Crossfit/Yoga/HIIT?" quite often. I actually really enjoy being asked this question. It gives me the opportunity to do exactly what I want to do with my life; help others.