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NASM Certified Personal Trainer Workshop San Antonio

Guess where I was this weekend? Had a great time this last weekend in San Antonio! My last trip there was 2 years ago when I taught an NASM CPT workshop there with my Friend Ervin Zubic. It was his last workshop as an instructor for NASM. He has since been focusing solely on his […]

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Headaches, Neck Pain, Back Pain and One Corrective Exercise

Functional Consequences of prolonged cervical protraction (forward head position) Ouch! Unfortunately this is what too many people look like at work. I know I do from time to time when I get lazy! This post will touch on forward head posture and the video will touch on a great practical solution to help to re-teach […]

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Headaches, Neck Pain, Back Pain and One Corrective Exercise

Functional Consequences of prolonged cervical protraction (forward head position) Ouch! Unfortunately this is what too many people look like at work. I know I do from time to time when I get lazy! This post will touch on forward head posture and the video will touch on a great practical solution to help to re-teach […]

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Got Rhythm? Scapulohumeral Rhythm? If Not Your Rotator Cuff and Shoulder Joint Will Pay, Often With Impingement

Ahh…the wonderful complexity of the human body! The principles of human movement are relatively basic, but the organism and how it works is fantastically unique and complicated at times. The sport does not matter, the activity does not matter, we must simply be able to move in a coordinated manner with joint alignment and muscular […]

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Throwing Athletes, Don’t Throw Your Rotator Cuff Away! Please do Corrective Exercise

A great Monday morning so far, breakfast with my kids, walked my daughter to school and both boys came to work with me. I wonder if any of the trainers and strength coaches who were at the Performance Enhancement Specialist workshop that I taught for the National Academy of Sports Medicine in Houston Texas this […]

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