Functional Kettlebell Training

Improve your body composition with functional kettlebell training. Build muscle, burn fat and strengthen the core simultaneously with kettlebell training.

Achieve the fastest results with multi-joint exercises. Large functional multi-joint movements are the foundation of kettlebell training. Functional motions recruit multiple muscle groups synergistically. Positive effects accumulate with the employment of multi-joint exercises.     

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Muscle Confusion Training Strategies

Vary your workouts to accelerate progress and prevent injury. Maximize results and minimize risk of overuse injuries by utilizing the muscle confusion principle. Train with a variety of different exercises and exercise forms to provide new physical and mental challenges.

The muscle confusion principle works by confusing the musculoskeletal system with varied stimulus. The human … Read the rest

Backpack Safety Guidelines

Back and spine conditions acquired in childhood frequently lead to adult back issues. Eliminate a chief source of youth back pain by purchasing the correct backpack and utilizing it properly.

Backpacks are essential back-to-school items. Choose wisely and teach your child how to pack and wear it properly. 

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Grip Strength

Build a powerful grip to improve your life. The competitive advantage derived from increased grip strength provides benefit in numerous aspects of life. Shoulder, arm, hand and finger strength is essential in athletics, activities of daily living, emergency situations and business settings.

Develop powerful gripping muscles to increase function and prevent disability. A research study … Read the rest

Reverse Dumbbell Flyes

Perform reverse dumbbell flyes to strengthen the posterior shoulder, rotator cuff and upper back to improve posture and shoulder function. Reverse flyes help to build proportional shoulder strength. Reverse dumbbell flyes develop several key muscles in the posterior shoulder.

Reverse flyes primarily target the posterior head of the deltoid muscle. Reverse dumbbell flyes … Read the rest

Road Work and Jumping Rope. How boxing training develops endurance & stamina.

Boxers have employed road work and rope jumping for over a century. Most well-conditioned boxers fight strong through twelve rounds proving these time-testing boxing standards build endurance and stamina.

Long before treadmills and ellipticals, roadwork was the endurance training of choice for athletes. The simplicity of running makes it seem outdated, but its results can’t … Read the rest

Dumbbell Training

Utilize dumbbells to increase muscle size, muscle tone, strength and anaerobic fitness. Dumbbells are an exercise tool used by themselves or in conjunction with barbells, kettlebells, fitballs, exercise machines and resistance bands. Dumbbells are versatile and work the muscles in all three planes of motion. Dumbbell training isolates the primary working muscles while recruiting … Read the rest

Rotator Cuff Strengthening Exercises

Strengthen your rotator cuff muscles to prevent shoulder injuries, enhance shoulder function and improve your posture. Build coordination, stabilize the shoulder joint and balance shoulder strength by utilizing the reverse pitch exercise.

Anatomy: The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles that connects the shoulder blade to the upper arm. The supraspinatus, infraspinatus and… Read the rest

Back Training Basics

Develop a back training routine with basic exercises and perfect technique to build strength, stability and endurance. The powerful muscles of the back connect to the spine, hips and shoulder blades. They contract to extend the spine, rotate the spine, bend the spine, retract the scapulae and pull the shoulders backwards.

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Nerve Slides for Nerve Entrapment Conditions

Nerve slides are non-exertion, non-resistance motion exercises which help lessen nerve entrapment. Nerve slides are also known as nerve glides and neural mobilization. They are useful in treating nerve entrapment conditions caused by scar tissue encasement.

Nerves are positioned between and through muscles on their path from the spinal cord to their destination in the … Read the rest