Many of my clients have a love/hate relationship with this finisher technique. Use it for other body parts, too! Here’s what to do…
Many first-time competitors end up as only-time competitors because they neglect to take the right precautions before beginning their prep. Follow these rules to avoid letting your first show be your last.
A lower back injury doesn’t have to mean the end of your training days. Here’s one of my go-to methods for continuing to train hard and make progress.
I’m 22 weeks into my off-season and implementing some unique tweaks to my back training.
My program design was technically sound and my lifting technique was good, but my back still wasn’t improving. This is when I turned to the study of anatomy and biomechanics.