Human Movement
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Jan 19th, 2014

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Critical Muscle Function

The traditional way of learning muscle function is redundant for training application in the real world! – There I’ve said it!   Just bear with me on this as we first need to look at why we learn about muscle Read more...

Jan 17th, 2014

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For ‘FOOT’ sake!

I’d be a liar to say that lessons are often easy to learn – quite the opposite in fact and in particular trying understand the complexity of Human Movement. Also the reality of previous study having set one up to Read more...

Jan 2nd, 2014

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Critical Squat 162

Most of us are already aware that our muscles like to be eccentrically loaded (1) prior to producing force for function and performance (I hope) however even the analogy of eccentric loading (deceleration) and concentric unloading (acceleration) is still only part of the picture (all Read more...

Dec 18th, 2013

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What’s Your Functional Range?

Most of us that come from a personal training background would have said at one time “keep a neutral spine” during a client’s squat or other exercise. However well-meant at the time we’ve come a long way since those days even though Read more...