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Exercise of the Week: Landmine Squat to 1-arm Press

Exercise of the Week: Landmine Squat to 1-arm Press

Anyone who’s followed this blog for any section of hour knows that I’m a fan of landmine press for a number of reasons 😛 TAGEND 1. As a” free scapula” pressing exercise, they’re an effective course to instruct scapular upward rotation. 2. They’re much more […]

Have You Tried the 1-leg Dumbbell Pullover?

Have You Tried the 1-leg Dumbbell Pullover?

The 1-leg boob pullover is a nice difference on a classic. It’ll lends a rotary stability challenge to what is normally considered an upper figure and anterior core teach. I’m exerting this alteration a bit more this time of year( with throwing volume and severity […]

The Best of 2018: Strength and Conditioning Videos

The Best of 2018: Strength and Conditioning Videos

With my last-place affix, I knocked off the “Best of 2018 ” series with my top clauses of the year. Today, we’ll highlight the top five videos of the year. 1. Supine Banded Shoulder Flexion on Roller – I enjoy military exercises for improving thoracic […]

Exercise of the Week: Standing Low-to-High Cable Lift

Exercise of the Week: Standing Low-to-High Cable Lift

Most of the anti-rotation core stability activity out there take place in a more static medium: half-kneeling or tall-kneeling. These set-ups are awesome for schooling relevant core positioning against destabilizing pushes into extension, rotation, or lateral flexion. However, their functional carryover is restriction if we […]

Exercise of the Week: Knee to Knee Rollover Medicine Ball Stomps

Exercise of the Week: Knee to Knee Rollover Medicine Ball Stomps

If you’ve followed my writing for any segment of duration, you’ll are also aware that I’m a big fan of using drug lump training for superpower development with our athletes. We have both rotational and overhead variants – and sometimes, we have teaches that mix […]

Exercise of the Week: 1-leg Side Bridge

Exercise of the Week: 1-leg Side Bridge

A lot of parties write off side bridges as “too easy” without considering that there are actually a lot of progressions we are capable of hire to see them more advanced. To that extremity, I really like the one-leg place connect with the top leg […]

Exercise of the Week: Landmine Lateral Lunges

Exercise of the Week: Landmine Lateral Lunges

Here’s an exercise we came up with this offseason in the middle of a training session with NL Cy Young Award Winner Max Scherzer of the Nationals – and it quickly became a “keeper” for his programs moving forward. Max has gotten pretty strong with […]