Deadlift 101 : Hip and Leg Torsion

Deadlift 101 : Hip and Leg Torsion

Leg and hip engagement prior to a lift can often be overlooked, and for good reason. A lot of us have a checklist to go through beforehand: The bar weight is even, check Belt is latched properly, check Have a favorite pump up song playing, check We step forward,...
Healthy Breakfast Burrito

Healthy Breakfast Burrito

Need a quick and easy go to for your first meals of the day? Check out these breakfast burritos. They can be made on Sunday with your other meals. Ingredients 1 tortilla, flavor of choice 1-2 eggs, scrambled 4-8 ounces ground turkey, 95% lean (more or less lean if you...
Weightlifting | Is the More to it?

Weightlifting | Is the More to it?

Weightlifting is simple right? Pick it up, put it down, push this, pull that. Just go through the motions and hope it translates over to the field / court. Pretty simple right? Is there more to it? I’ll save you the anticipation. Yes! There is much more than...
Axial Load | Spinal Compression

Axial Load | Spinal Compression

Axial load is a type of force applied to a structure. Specifically, along a certain axis. In this case, that structure/axis is your spine, and force is applied either from the skull down or vice versa. Whether you slip and fall directly on your bum or jump and hit...
Move Better | Weak Hips

Move Better | Weak Hips

The second most common location of sports injuries are knee injuries. The more common injuries being ACL, MCL, and meniscus tears. These continuously plague average Joes / Janes and athletes alike. And while there is no absolute guarantee, they could’ve been...
The Syatt 1,2,3

The Syatt 1,2,3

Jordan Syatt is a well known personal trainer from New York. He is well known for his witty and attention getting videos regarding his personal take on detox teas, waist trainers, and shake weights for weight loss. I’ll give you the short version,...