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It's Time to Fix Your Technique
It sounds too simple, but the best corrective exercise is the exercise itself.
5 Yoga Exercises for a Healthy Low Back
These simple practices will teach you to be aware of the position of your hips and the weight distribution of your feet.
Corrective Posture Exercises for Chronic Sitters
Sitting is the mortal enemy of health, and posture is its first victim. Reverse the damage you've already done.
Banish Pain Permanently: 3 Self-Assessment Tools
Mobility-based approaches are trending in fitness, but there are two major missing pieces to the puzzle.
Motor Control and Movement Patterns: A Must-Read for Athletes
Don't overlook your movement patterns but instead learn how to keep yourself safe and make gains.
What Does "Corrective Exercise" Really Mean?
Corrective exercise is all the rage in fitness today, but how does it best apply to individual programming?
Fix Those Hips: Progressive Posture Alignment, Part 2
Focus on alignment issues involving the hips and negate pain in week two of this four part series.
Beyond the FMS: How to Design Powerful Corrective Exercises
Bad patterns need to be broken before improvement of stability and motor control can take place.
What Every Good BJJ Strength and Conditioning Program Should Look Like
I tell everyone the best way to get better at BJJ is to actually do BJJ. The best way to keep doing Brazilian jiu jitsu is to make sure you have a good strength and conditioning program.
Is Stability Training Dumb?
Years ago I was lured into "corrective exercise" and "functional training" by a back injury. I can tell you what I learned from that experience - and what I do now (and it's not standing on a Bosu).
Sunday Seven: The Week's 7 Most Popular Articles, Vol. 81
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the seven most popular articles of the week. This week: push ups, weightlifting shoes, anatomy, eggs, sports etiquette, and more!
Breaking Muscle HQ
Good Movement Is Corrective: Why the Squat Might Be Better Than Screening
How can you hide corrective exercise within regular training so clients do what they need, rather than just what they want? Here's how.
Establishing Your Drive Train: Screening and Correcting the Hip Hinge
The hip hinge is an incredibly powerful movement if done properly. If lifting is done improperly, back injury can result. Learn how to screen for a proper hip hinge and how to correct bad movement.
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