“How low can you go?”
Squats are one of the most functional movements we perform on a daily basis. It is incorporated in many activities such as lifting, bending and sitting down on a chair or toilet! 432 more words
If you read the last post that I wrote on this subject. You will know that this movement pattern is directly tied into many activities that we like to train… 800 more words
So I may not have good range of motion for squats, but at least I can feel good about my deadlifts and chest presses. Most of my evenings lately have been spent stretching out, eating Arctic Zero, foam rolling and playing some Divinity with the boyfriend. 627 more words
So you are all determine that you want to hit the gym/ workout at home and when you finally get there ,you get all worried that you have no freaking idea what to do and just end up doing something on the treadmill and heading back home ? 362 more words
I have a small confession to make– I love the study of human anatomy. Always have. It was studying human anatomy and physiology that made me shift my undergraduate degree at Gordon College away from “Biology” and into “Movement Science” (which has now become “Kinesiology”… Who would have known that years later, “Movement Science” would have been the coolest name for a major ever? 931 more words
What if I told you that there is a muscle in your body that is key to giving you good posture and participates in weight lifting between 17,000 and 25,000 times per day? What if I told you it does this without you even knowing it? What muscle do you think that is? Hint: it's not a heart muscle. Stumped yet? Check out this great blog by my colleague Jessica Reale to find out the answer. Young athletes of all ages and backgrounds need to learn from a young age the importance of this muscle.