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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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You Can’t Just Balance Push & Pull (Part Two)

When we parted last time out we were stuck with a programme the fuelled the internal rotators at the expense of the external rotators. The second part of this double header will look to explain why this becomes problematic and, … Continue reading

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You Can’t Just Balance Push & Pull (Part One)

We all know that too much of one something is bad for you, a point beautifully illustrated by the good old bench press. Most people now know that too much pressing is a sure fire way to mess up their … Continue reading

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The Chaos Bench Press

The Chaos Bench is a fantastic variation of the bench press that is fantastic for improving shoulder health and may help up your numbers as well. This exercise goes by a few different monikers; Suspended Weight Bench, Crazy-Bell Bench, Bamboo … Continue reading

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Conditioning Serratus Anterior

  Although the serratus anterior (SA) may be relatively small in size, in terms of importance to shoulder health its stature is quite considerable. Unfortunately, dysfunction of the SA is commonplace in a large percentage of the population and is … Continue reading

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