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Several misconceptions about the correct barbell squat form and popular coaching cues persist. And those cues are hurting your results.  You've heard them all before. "Squeeze your shoulder blades!", "Chest up!", "Drive your knees out!", "Spread the floor!" and "Squeeze your

Hyperlordosis might sound like a scary fancy-pants word, but it simply means that the low back has an exaggerated (hyper) inward curve (lordosis). After reading this blog, you will have a better understanding of whether you should worry about improving

Fascia is a spiderweb-like connective tissue surrounding and supporting our muscles, bones, and organs. It plays a crucial role in force transmission and movement efficiency, acting as a scaffold for muscles and tendons to attach to. Fascia is what allows

If you want to improve your rotator cuff, you need to focus on strengthening the muscles that support the shoulder joint through targeted exercises and movement. The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that due to overuse, injury,

In today's post, we will share our go-to exercises for someone with femoral acetabulum impingement (FAI) or hip impingement (hip pinch).  We'll also cover the reasoning behind why we've chosen to include each exercise in the program. The goal of

If you're new to Zone 2 training, this blog's for you! In this guide to Zone 2 training for beginners, we'll cover the what, the why, and the how of it. You'll get the exact steps to get started, including

HIIT vs Zone 2 training. What's the best choice? It’s common to think that Zone 2 training and high-intensity interval training (HIIT) sit at opposite ends of the conditioning continuum. But it’s not always as clear-cut. For the heart to respond

The hamstrings are essential for overall health. So what are the best hamstring exercises we recommend? The key is usually strengthening and that is what this hamstring exercise list is all about. It is extremely common for athletes to pull hamstrings, runners