Justin Lind

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It sounds too simple, but the best corrective exercise is the exercise itself.
Remove yourself from the tyranny of goal-driven training, and get some real perspective.
Your nervous system doesn't speak in movement, but in feeling. You can be your own best coach if you learn to listen to your senses during your workouts.
Take two simple movements, put them together in a new way, and create the greatest bang for your buck when it comes to total body and mind engagement.
Proficiency in toes-to-bar has been a separator in every open thus far. Don't expect this year to be any different.
Life and sport are almost never symmetrical. Why do you train that way?
A simple modification to your regular kettlebell swing can transform it into a lethal unilateral training weapon.
If you already have the pieces in place, try this variation on the Turkish get up.
Nothing will expose your mobility or stability problems faster than squatting with a weight over your head.
These two exercises are perfect for people who have trouble reaching full thoracic extension, i.e. everybody.
There is no better tool to force your entire body to work as one cohesive piece.
There's an exercise you aren't doing that could change everything for your body.