Trainers & Coaches
range of motion
Master the Fundamentals: Functional Flexiblity
Do you have the range of motion you need for optimal performance and health?
A Guide to Regain Your Flexibility
Put flexibility first and watch your strength gains skyrocket.
Why Yoga Isn't Useful for Most Performance Athletes
For athletes who don’t already possess a good range of motion, yoga can be a futile endeavour.
5 Kettlebell Drills to Add Real Function to Your Fitness
These lesser known kettlebell movements will expose and challenge your weak areas.
Your Diet Is Ruining Your Fitness
Body composition is the foundation of health. Take an honest look in the mirror.
Crawl and Hang to Improve Your Handstand
These natural human movements can help you gain the range of motion and strength you need to achieve a solid handstand.
5 Pistol Regressions to Improve Balance and Mobility
Here are some pistol squat tips and regressions to overcome mobility restrictions and gain confidence.
Breaking Muscle HQ
Super D Video: Body Tempering With the Cold, Hard X Wife
Use Super D's diffusion rod to break up adhesive tissue and increase recovery time while adding strength.
Is Your Flexibility Determined Through Genetics or Training?
Regardless of your physical makeup, the way you train can still have great influence on your level of flexibility.
You're Not Getting Stronger Because You Don't Know How to Move
Plateaus can be challenging, especially if you feel you're doing everything right. If this is you, then I know exactly why it is you're stuck.
Mobility Work: You're Doing It Wrong (and Too Long)
I have a confession to make: I don’t do a lot of mobility work. If your mobility work takes longer than your training, then the fact is you're doing both wrong.
The 4 Most Common Issues in Coaching and Learning Gymnastics
I've coached hundreds of athletes and coaches on gymnastics. Here are some of the most common issues and misunderstandings I see in regards to gymnastic movement.
Partial Movements: Globo Gym Fail or Useful Training Tool?
It's one thing to intentionally restrict range of motion for a specific purpose. It is quite another to add too much weight to handle properly and then to restrict your ROM due to your bad choices.
The Best Way to Develop Active Range of Motion
In a recent study, researchers wanted to see which type of stretching improved active range of motion in dancers.
Sunday Seven: The Week's 7 Most Popular Articles, Vol. 60
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: cardio, range of motion, coaching advice, Olympic weightlifting, and more!
Breaking Muscle HQ
Science Says Full Range of Motion Is Best
Science compares partial range of motion to full range of motion when it comes to leg exercises. And guess which came out on top in regards to size and strength of muscle?
How Deep Should You Squat? Science Compares Partial and Full Squats
Partial range of motion or full range of motion? Which is better for the squat? Maybe it depends on your goals. Science looks at the two variations and what works best about both versions.
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