With the weather turning, if you’re like me you’re itching to lace up and hit the lake path! It’s the time all Chicagoans have been waiting for: spring (and race season) is finally upon us!!
The personal health landscape is ever-changing – there are always new trends on the rise and new versions of tried and true movement and recovery methods worth noting. This blog is a landing spot for those trends and methods, as well as a news aggregator and message board for all things health related. If there’s something you’re curious about and would like our perspective on, let us know and we’ll work toward sharing it here.
In continuation of Part I of this series, see videos of Brian demonstrating topics of discussion.
“What I want to touch on in this series are some types of power training we may be overlooking, missing, or implementing incorrectly due to traditional dogma or lack of education…”
“Overhead athletes, like baseball, volleyball, and basketball players, need the ability to comfortably maintain and control motion above shoulder height. If you are a CrossFitter or Olympic Weightlifter, you need to be able to do that in a vertically stacked position and that means you need rock solid mobility to get your arms overhead…”