Ready, Set, Hold… Isometrics for Building Strength, Recovery, and Achieving Peak Performance

In 2013, I started on the road back to physical health from an L5-S1 disc herniation with an L5 spondylolisthesis and pars fracture (which lead to a lot of additional unintended – but good – changes). My regimen consisted of regular Chiropractic visits combined with a training program of mostly low-weight, very high-repetition movements and… Read More Ready, Set, Hold… Isometrics for Building Strength, Recovery, and Achieving Peak Performance

Most Common Areas of Muscular Dysfunction (Leading to Injury)

If we’re honoring the principles/beliefs that: everything in the body is connected all injuries are caused by the body’s inability to absorb force an injury can “end” in a different area than it “starts” …then it’s fair to say that a training/movement program that build a huge foundation of strength in/around the following three areas should… Read More Most Common Areas of Muscular Dysfunction (Leading to Injury)

Training Foundation: Advanced

Advanced programs are, as the name suggests, for the advanced.  At this point, after following an Intermediate program for 6+ months at a bare minimum and building a huge foundation of strength endurance, starting strength, etc., one’s base could be sufficient for more advanced protocols.  True development and progressions to reaching “advanced” levels take anywhere… Read More Training Foundation: Advanced