There is no squat stance that suits everyone; all of us are individuals with different conditions, and our personal anatomy can differentiate more than you can imagine. Here’s a simple way to find your ideal stance.
What mobility or stability drills should I do? How much should I do of them? Which days do I do them on? Here’s what to do, when to do them, how to do them, and how long you should do them.
Longevity in this sport requires taking care of your body, but perhaps more importantly it requires taking care of your life.
You have questions, team elitefts has answers. Today’s topic: deadlifting.
Athletes get banged up over the years through training, especially for high-endurance events. How do you factor in all these variables when programming to keep your clients healthy , competitive, and injury free?
It’s time to roll out a mat and put down the sandwich for a few minutes while we go through some joint greasing.
These tips will hone your technique and allow you to perform the deadlift safely.
Like hip dissociation, the shoulders and scaps also require a great degree of dissociation in our movements.
A stable and optimal hip can produce force in all three dimensions of movement—flexion/extension, abduction/adduction, and internal/external rotation.
Dave Tate discusses how to push your hips through at the end of the deadlift and break parallel in the squat, while wearing gear.
There are a lot of ways to increase your hip mobility, but one of the easiest is to use a bench.