1. Quick Tips for a Safe Deadlift

     ​The deadlift is a great full body exercise that will increase posterior strength and power, but gets a bad reputation in association with lower back pain or injuries.  I think if performed properly, the deadlift can be a very safe exercise compared to most knee dominant movements.  There …Read More

  2. Improving Desk Posture

    Rounded shoulders or “upper crossed syndrome” is arguably the most common irregular posture. We are more sedentary than ever and with the development of laptops, tablets, and smart phones, it has made for a postural disaster. Spending large portions of the day seated, not only increases the risk…Read More

  3. Strength Tips for Lower Back Pain

    Let’s face it Americans spend a lot of time of their butts. The population spending the most time on their bums are adolescents and people over the age of 60. Lower back pain seems to be more common than ever, especially in our aging baby boomer population. Muscle atrophy associated with prolonged…Read More

  4. Keep it Simple and Stick to the Basics

    We live in a world made up of short attention spans. It has become place over run with gimmicks, shiny new objects, and Apple’s ability to sell anything outside of a big bag of dog poop (actually they could probably sell it if they wanted to). We don’t just drive cars anymore, we have to have a …Read More