Core strength and stability is something everyone needs to produce a forceful movement, whether that’s bending down to tie your shoes, lifting a bag of groceries out of the car, creating first-step speed or lifting your max in the gym.
The Feldenkrais® Method is a group of active and passive lessons that help increase both joint mobility and motor control. In this talk, Feldenkrais® practitioner and physical therapist Stacy Barrows provides an introduction into this system of learning.
While many people include sprinting in their list of important training skills, not so many people actually do it. Spend an hour with sprint coach Franz Snideman to learn the value of sprinting and how to introduce sprinting to your training programs.
In this talk Mark Cheng outlines his tips for training ideas that help reverse the flexion habits of people who spend their days sitting. He’ll teach you the most important aspects to address, and what to look for in terms of results.
In this lecture, podiatrist Emily Splichal discusses footwear, the most current footwear science, and the shoe needs of different sports. She also covers orthotics, minimalist shoes and other footwear topics.
In this talk, strength coach Mark Roozen explains the principles of training for police and tactical units, however it’s applicable to other training groups and group needs.
There’s still a lot of confusion over when and how to stretch, and if we should even be stretching. What does it do, what doesn’t it do? In this talk, Charlie Weingroff explains the science and gives us an idea of when, how and who should stretch.
You’ve heard of RNT, but do you really know what it means — How it was created and its purpose? Here Gray Cook explains how RNT came to be used, and his thinking behind reactive neuromuscular training.
In this short talk about social media, Lisa Shaughnessy explains the differences between social media and traditional marketing, and tells us how she sets up a calendar for posting to the main social media sites.
This is a lengthy talk in which Joe Sansalone describes the value of Olympic lifting for everyone, and then tells exactly how he writes an Olympic lifting program, from beginner to elite.
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