The 5 Pillars of Athletic Training
Every successful athletic program will be built around these central truths.
Ladies: 3 Gym-Friendly Exercises to Develop Your Glutes
I’ll make the exercises male-friendly as well, and I promise there will be no awkward hip thrusters.
Anytime, Anywhere: 4 Minimalist Hinge Variations
Hinge training often requires equipment but these four exercises do the job without all the stuff.
The Physics of Lifting: Don’t Forget to Hinge
Deadlifts, low-bar back squats, and kettlebell swings are a great way to utilize the posterior chain.
Developing Explosive Hip Power for Improved Speed and Performance
Great athletes have great hips. And all athletes need hip mobility, stability, and explosiveness.
The Kettlebell Snatch: A Swing That Ends Up Overhead
For beginners, it is probably best to focus on building a powerful hip hinge movement before moving on to the kettlebell snatch.
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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