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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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The Assessment Experiments: Installment 1

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Within the fitness, strength and conditioning industry, and physical therapy realm, there has been a recent surge towards identifying what assessments are, how they can be utilized, and how they can be implemented in a practical manner in order to derive best practice for athletes, clients, and patients. From a logical standpoint, it merely makes sense – understand the standards […]

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Charlie Weingroff’s Training = Rehab 2 Seminar [Recap]

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There is a decent amount of information here. Further, I’d consider the following to be only a snapshot into what was divulged that weekend, along with being relatively random as it is a composite of my notes, memories, and pictures. This blog post, while pseudo-permanent in nature, is merely my interpretation of the information CW provided, along with the understanding […]

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