The Overpronation Hoax (and the truth)

You MUST pronate, here’s why Think you’re a victim of overpronation – the evil villain in the world of foot mechanics? Think again. I’m here to expose the truth… Overpronation is nothing more than a myth! In this blog, you’ll learn why that is and why you actually need to learn how to pronate well. Let’s dive in.

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Split Squats | Front vs Rear Foot Elevated (The REAL Difference)

Programming and coaching of each variation Front and rear foot elevated split squats–often programmed, but why? In fact, there are KEY reasons why one version might be better than the other. What are these reasons? That’s what we will outline in today’s post. Not only will you learn the key differences between each, but also how to coach these exercises to maximally reap their benefits. Check out the video and blog below to learn more.

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Split Squats – The 1 KEY to Make it Glute or Quad Dominant

This minor split squat tweak can lead to MAJOR changes By changing one small thing, split squats can become COMPLETELY different exercises. Working different muscles and exploring different ranges of motion. But what is that one thing? That’s what you’ll learn with this post. Here, we will dive into: – Split squat biomechanics – How to DRASTICALLY alter loading between quads and hamstring – How to MASTER technique to CRUSH lower body gains Watch the video and read the post below to learn about it.

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Split Squats – Only Feeling the Back Leg (FIX)

Troubleshooting when you don’t feel the front leg working Split squats are an awesome exercise to build the legs, but not if you are ONLY feeling the back leg working. Why is it that the back leg is working so hard? Is there any way to fix this common issue on split squats? YES. In this post, you’ll learn why the back leg often gets overworked on split squats and what you can do about it! Watch the video and read the blog below to learn!

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The Flat Foot Fix

These movements will help you restore your foot arch If you have a flat foot, you may notice you also present with some of the following things: Feeling “stuck” in an anterior pelvic tilt/deep low back arch Your knees cave in during many movements You experience shin or knee pain (see this meta-analysis) Orthotics unfortunately aren’t working the way you thought they would either. Is there a conservative way to improve foot dynamics? YES! Choosing exercises that help the foot arch rise can be KEY to improving your foot dynamics. And guess what? NONE of them entail picking up marbles or curling your toes. Watch the video and read the post below to learn about it.

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Curing Split Squat Knee Pain FAST!

The Split Squat ESSENTIALS You Are Missing You’ve mastered the split squat form, but you’re still getting knee pain during? Did you ever think that maybe your split squat technique is NOT the issue? Maybe you’re focusing on the wrong things. Don’t worry, I’ll show you the right drills to shift your efforts towards. I’m going to give you the 3 drills that will loosen up your hips, strengthen your knees, and reduce knee pain during split squats. And make sure to stick around until the end because I’ve got a little present for you to try afterward.

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I FIXED Toe Walking/Vaulting Gait with 2 Exercises

If you struggle to keep your heels on the ground, this post is for you If you or a client of yours ABSOLUTELY STRUGGLES to keep their heels on the ground when they walk, then this post will be essential. This case study goes through this exact issue. After 2 exercises, the following changes were reported: Elimination of Achilles tendon tenderness Feeling his heels touching the ground for the first time Feeling his big toes as he walked…first time ever If you want you or your clients to feel the exact same way, then check out the post, video, and podcast below.

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High Foot Arch – This 1 Trick Fixes It

High arches can impact your movement. Here’s what you can do If you… Have really high arches Grip your toes when you do challenging exercises Can’t feel your heels or balls of feet pushing into the ground Then I have a simple solution for you. One that will enhance your mobility, ability to put force into the ground, and sense feeling grounded. The best part? You won’t need to buy any extra equipment! This post will show you a simple trick to use during common exercises and why it works so dang well. Check out the post, video, and podcast below to learn what it is.

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He Touched His Toes with 2 Exercises

Can you really touch your toes THAT QUICK? Touching your toes is one of those overall body markers of flexibility, but what if your toes are sooooo far away? Really, a lack of toe touch boils down to addressing one of two issues. And if you can address those issues with targeted exercises, the toe touche can quickly improve. In this post, you are going to learn what those issues are, and I’ll illustrate how to address them through a case study.

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Pelvic Tilts – 4 Mistakes That RUIN the Benefits

Don’t let these mistakes rob your mobility gains Pelvic tilts are commonly prescribed to improve range of motion in a variety of areas, but you know what is even more common? Screwing up pelvic tilt form.  In fact, these 4 mistakes will pretty much make the technique useless. But don’t you worry, I’ll help you navigate these common mistakes so you can get the most out of pelvic tilts, improve your range of motion, and feel better than ever before! Check out the post, video, and podcast to learn more!

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Hip Hinge FIX in 3 Steps

If you nail these three keys, you’ll deadlift better than ever before Hinging exercises (aka deadlifts, Romanian deadlifts, etc) can provide a TON of benefits for improving mobility, lower body strength, and power. IF You can perform these moves with great technique. But if you are someone whose technique is meh and you feel all lower back and minimal torching of the glutes and hamstrings, then you might not be getting the most out of this awesome exercise. Folks, what I’ve found is there are three keys to performing the hinge well. If you can hit these three components, there’s a good chance that you’ll: Increase how much the glutes and hamstrings work Improve your hip range of motion Feel a whole lot less low back discomfort Want to learn how? Check out the post and video below.

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Have Knee Pain? Untwist It | Wide Infrasternal Angle Case

If you have knee pain, this case study is a MUST to see Does your knee cap point inward but your foot? point outward? If so, then you MUST check out this post because we outline a critical factor with this postural presentation: A “twisted” knee occurs for different reasons in different people. I’ll illustrate why by checking out this wide infrasternal angle case study below. You’ll find that the way this person does it is different from other folks.

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