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What’s New On The Blog

Interview with Dr. Pat Davidson

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I had the opportunity this morning to interview Dr. Pat Davidson, a former professor at Springfield College, national level competitor that has competed in the Arnold Classic twice, former practitioner of MMA, and overall animal of a person. If you’re interested at all in learning about Pat’s life from his career early on towards his evolution as a modern strength […]

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A Systemic Approach Towards Improving Range of Motion

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The first part of this quasi-series began by glossing over the broad strokes that a holistic approach would partake with regards to enhancing performance. To dial in towards a specific topic that I have an interest in, I’d like to outline my own thought process towards achieving more range of motion and ultimately a “problem” and “solution” towards why you […]

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Homeostasis and Implications for Performance

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This article originally started out as the basis of how the nervous system can affect the muscular system, but when I examined my thought process, I began to realize just how vast the rest of the body can affect everything else. At risk of oversimplifying – everything is connected, and everything matters. On that note, the body is in a […]

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Sweat Equity and Working Out on a Budget

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Post college, I became highly interested in my financials – namely because of student loans.. So unfortunately, I couldn’t eat pizza every night (and morning), sleep until high noon, and expect to pay bills. So I did what any other person in the 21st century with a computer and an internet connection would do – I Google’d some strategies towards accomplishing […]

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Diaphragmatic Breathing: Implications in an Exercise Program and On-Field Performance

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Breathing is very important to life (obviously), yet very few of the athletes and general population clients that I see understand how to do it effectively. I can probably recall one person out of twenty people that I’ve assessed who has had an adequate breathing pattern. Now, the standards for breathing are out there, and it can be quantified via […]

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Morning Musings (4.14.14) – NYC, CrossFit, and How to Workout If You’re Injured

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This past weekend was tons of fun, as I was in New York for a good friend Jordan Syatt’s Maximum Strength Seminar. On Saturday I made my way to NYC, wandered around, met up with a few friends, made some new ones, and walked and enjoyed the first true “spring” weekend that the East Coast has seen in what seems […]

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Decreasing Ankle Soreness and Increasing Ankle Mobility

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For many athletes and dancers, the feet are their lifeline. Constant practice, dancing, and competing in games will take a toll on your feet. Lucky for you, here are several methods aimed at improving the mobility of the foot and ankle health of an athlete and dancer. This will require some specific tools – a lacrosse ball and a resistance band. […]

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Late Night Musings – Online Coaching, NYC Seminar, and Newsletter – 3.31.14

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I’ve been relatively busy in the past few months. I’ve been picking up hours at a satellite location for Endeavor Sports Performance roughly 45 minutes away, on top of taking private clients in the city, and writing a few articles weekly for various publications – all of this can add up to some late nights, some not so great lifts, […]

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Modifying Capacity and Performance for Dancers

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What is the purpose of increasing movement capacity, and increasing physical capacities, if all you want to do is dance? Dane Cook jokes aside, it is incredibly short-sighted to not want to increase movement capacity. At the end of the day, pure, uninhibited creativity is my goal for you, the dancer. For example, Person A has 3 moves at their disposal. […]

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