Posts Tagged with "back pain"

  • Jun15

    Random Points from Watching Functional Stability Training: Optimizing Performance

    As I alluded to in the last post, Eric Cressey and Mike Reinold released the latest installment of their awesome Functional Stability Training series, this time focusing on some of the lesser-known details that can take a good program into being a great one, and help make coaches and therapists that much better in their…… Read More

  • Jun13

    Qualifying Movement as a Coach

    Coaches and trainers always look to give their clients better results with programming, and much of that comes to setting them up in the best positions and situations to get the best results possible from the specific exercises being used. If I want a client to do a dumbbell row because it works their lat…… Read More

  • Jun9

    Stuff to Check Out: Mid-June Edition

    It’s June, and here’s stuff to check out while you’re doing June-type stuff. I don’t know what June-type stuff means to you, but you probably do, so that’s what matters. Even if you don’t know what it means, go figure it out and do some of that. Yeah, that. Workshops Complete Shoulder & Hip, Minneapolis,…… Read More