Category Archives: Prehab & Rehab

A Review of the Elite Athletic Development Seminar 3.0

There are very few people and few products I’m happy to affiliate for. Joe Kenn and Mike Robertson’s Elite Athletic Development 3.0 Seminar hits the mark on both counts! Hopefully, this article will help you work out whether or not … Continue reading

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A Review of the Elite Athletic Development 2.0 Seminar

I’m not a fan of hard sells and affiliate marketing. I am a fan of continuing personal development thought, and I want to do my put to share the resources I think are worthwhile investments. This article is will review … Continue reading

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Assessing Neuromuscular Fatigue

Striking a healthy balance between training and recovery is integral to a successful programme. Understanding the fatigue responses to training and/or competition can play an important role in avoiding unplanned decrements in performance and reduce the likelihood of illnesses and … Continue reading

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Star Quality

Time to introduce you to a stalwart of my warm-up and muscle conditioning prescriptions – the side plank with star. The traditional side plank Your standard side plank, or side bridge, is a bit of an unsung hero. It seems … Continue reading

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A Review of Physical Preparation 1.01

As I’ve said once before, I very seldom do product reviews or affiliate links but when I do you can rest assured that it’s a good one! Mike Robertson’s Physical Preparation 1.01 is only the second product to get the … Continue reading

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Ground Based Movement – Why Should I Bother?

The importance of efficiency in strength and conditioning cannot be understated. Whether we’re looking from the point of view of the coach or the athlete, the resources we have at our disposal are limited. With everything we do in our … Continue reading

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Do You Know What The FMS Actually Is?

The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) has, for some god-known reason, become a contentious topic in strength and conditioning. This week, social media has been full of comments in a relation to a master’s thesis published in 2014 that reported higher … Continue reading

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An Ode to the Pullover

The pullover is the duck a l’orange of the exercise world. A hugely popular exercise with the top bodybuilders of the 70’s and 80’s, the pullover has since been bastardised by the general population and consequently fallen out of favour. … Continue reading

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The 4 Best Exercises In The World…

Ok, maybe I’ve overdone the hyperbole a tad, but they’re still pretty damn fantastic. I’ve written before about my views on the best way to stretch. Strength is key to flexibility, at least in the long-term. Good ‘strexibility’ training should … Continue reading

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A Review of FST for The Upper Body

I very seldom do product reviews or affiliate links but when I do you can rest assured that it’s a good one! Mike Reinold and Eric Cressey’s Functional Stability Training for the Upper Body is just that. This is one … Continue reading

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