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What’s New On The Blog

Methods vs Principles in the “Industry”

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As a coach, I am fortunate to come into contact with several types of people utilizing movement as their method of filtration. Whether it is guiding an athlete to gain weight for another successful in-season, or a client aiming to lose weight for an upcoming wedding, there are many avenues and paths that can be chosen.

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Morning Musings #8 – Fat Loss, Density Training, and Alcohol

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With the heat wave here in South Jersey, and the 4th of July just passing this weekend, it is undoubtedly beach season. In my head, it is automatically summertime the first day it hits 80┬░ degrees in the spring, so I’ve been saying, “suns out, guns out,” since then.

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The Push-Up: Part 3 – The Overhead Push-Up

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Ninjas, gymnasts, and Cirque du Soleil. What do they all have in common? Besides all things that I wish was or something I wish I partook in, they all utilize amazing forms of acrobatics and movements in their chosen art. The one movement I will focus on today is the handstand, and achieving the handstand push-up.

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The Push-Up: Part 2 – Progressions

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Alliteration aside, progressing beyond the push-up is something all youth athletes and fitness enthusiasts want to do, yet most haven’t primed their bodies from a physical point of view. I wanted to start doing some REALLY cool stuff as soon as possible. But, my body simply wasn’t ready. I was competing with breakdancers and gymnasts who have been prepping their […]

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The Push-Up: Part 1 – Are You Doing These Common Push-Up Errors?

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From when I was young, push-ups were attractive to me for a few reasons: They are easy to understand – hands on the floor, and push away from the the floor. Done. It offered quick results – do one more push-up than your previous best attempt, and you were stronger, and had more endurance. Doing rep upon rep of push-ups […]

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What The Future Will Look Like

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Recently there has been a large lack of direction in this blog, namely owing to the fact that I was like a tree in the wind, bending and swaying at whatever direction the wind (people’s expectations and reactions) blew.

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Stretching Myths and Mistakes

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As much as I’m interested in stretching and flexibility, I can honestly say I haven’t performed a static stretch in over 3 years – and I’m better for it. As a society, I am under the belief that we overstretch our hamstrings and understretch our glutes and quads. Despite such a juxtaposition, I think people misinterpret what it means to […]

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Joint by Joint Approach and Applying this to Dance: The Ankle

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THE JOINT BY JOINT APPROACH The joint by joint approach was popularized by Physical Therapist and FMS pioneer Gray Cook. The idea behind this approach is that certain joints need mobility, and others need stability in order to have a functioning body, both for health and athletic performances.

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Thoughts on Hypermobility – Part II

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So in the first installment in my Thoughts on Hypermobility, I more or less provided stream of thought ideas on what hypermobility meant to me in a practical sense. In this next portion, I’ll be discussing the anatomical and physiological reasons why we may display signs of hypermobility from a congenital standpoint.

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Thoughts on Hypermobility

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It wasn’t until coming to Cressey Performance that I’ve run into a good chunkful of clients, athletes, and regular people who are hypermobile or display signs of hypermobility. The idea of hypermobility and having too much range of motion due to unchecked ligamentous and/or capsular laxity is something that is rather foreign to me. Although I thought it was always […]

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