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My Favorite Exercise Combinations: Installment 17 – Hands, Wrists, Forearms – Oh My!

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I’m continuously fascinated by how much one part of the body that seems so far away from another can affect another body part. In this case, I’m super interested in how a lack of flexibility can affect your hands and wrists! Interestingly, the most I can point to is the concept of relative stiffness from Sahrmann, and regional interdependence in […]

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My Favorite Exercise Combinations: Installment 16 – Kettlebell On Kettlebells

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Today’s exercise combination is a little different! In other installments, I usually went over some neuromuscular strategies to increase strength, to combine multiple movements that will help improve motoric control of a movement pattern, or anything of the like. In conjunction with the awesome weather we are having recently, I’d like to ride the wave of people gearing up for […]

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My Favorite Exercise Combinations: Installment 15 – Building Up the Squat

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The overhead squat is a coveted screen and assessment tool used by many in the fitness, strength community, and rehab worlds. Many live and die by this movement, and others do not place much priority on it. This combination will look at my own experiences and observations in the overhead squat, along with providing pragmatic application of exercises that will hopefully […]

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My Favorite Exercise Combinations: Installment 14 – Improve Your Speed Today

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There are tons of ways to improve explosiveness and athleticism. One of the coveted ideas for achieving athleticism involves “triple extension” – extension of the hips, knees, and ankles in a very rapid manner. Since there are a plethora of exercises can help develop the quality of explosiveness and power, many may throw the baby out with the bath water, instead […]

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My Favorite Exercise Combinations: Installment 13 – Just a Hop, Skip, and Jump Away

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Throughout the years of working with youth athletes, I’ve begun to notice a trend – many don’t have the ability to perform coordinated movements that are outside of their specific sports! General biases aside, many athletes do not have the ability to coordinate and move well! With this in mind, check out this combination of exercises in order to re-educate your […]

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My Favorite Exercise Combinations: Installment 12 – The Hip Bone is Connected to The Knee Bone

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Before I begin, I just want to comment and mention that many individuals want to begin talking about pathoanatomy and all of the complex items that happen in the body, but not many even master the basics and fundamentals before moving onto said items! In fact, Tony Gentilcore had a funny quip to a tweet I had ranting about this […]

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