One of the most common questions I receive in reference to the shoulder is, “Do I need more internal rotation?” The answer is, “It depends.” More mobility isn’t always a good thing, especially when it comes to overhead athletes who often have excess motion at this joint. On top of that, we can’t assume someoneContinue reading Do You Need More Internal Rotation?
Hey everyone, my friends at the Shrugged Collective (Barbell Shrugged) are releasing their newest training program this week called the One Ton Challenge. I love the idea and wanted to share it with you. The idea is simple… It’s all about getting as STRONG AS POSSIBLE. The goal is to train specifically to improve yourContinue reading The One Ton Challenge!
How does someone develop Achilles tendon pain? To answer this question, we first have to discuss a little anatomy. A tendon is a very thick fibrous band of tissue that connects muscle to bone. The Achilles tendon connects the two calf muscles (larger gastrocnemius and smaller soleus) to the back of your heel (calcaneus bone).Continue reading How We Develop Achilles Tendon Pain
What To Expect Day 1: Movement Mastery Who Can Attend: This course is for those seeking a blueprint for fixing movement errors due to poor mobility or stability that hinder perfect technique. It is designed for the general public and for any health & fitness professional looking to expand their knowledge on movement screening andContinue reading Squat University Seminar (Toronto Ontario)
Can you believe it’s already 2018? This past year flew by! I wanted to take this opportunity to say THANK YOU for following and connecting with SquatU. It’s truly an honor to see the response we’ve received from the content shared over the past year. Today, I want to share with you the most viewedContinue reading Top 5 Blog Articles of 2017
Josiah O’Brien is a powerlifter who suffered one of the worst squat injuries ever caught on tape. While attempting 655 lbs on his 3rd attempt at a meet, disaster struck as he tore almost every supporting ligament & extensor tendons (patellar & quad) on BOTH KNEES. After extensive surgery Josiah was unable to bend hisContinue reading Josiah’s Story (Documentary)