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Ankle Dysfunction and Knee Pain

I’ve talked about it for years – if you want to have healthy knees, you better assess (and program for) the ankles and hips as well. A new piece of research seems to agree with this notion, especially as it regards to the ankles. While the article hasn’t been formally released yet, here’s the jist […]

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Knee Pain Basics Part 2

Programming and Training Thoughts to Reduce Knee Pain In Part I of our series, we discussed my core philosophy behind knee pain, and how to address it from a theoretical standpoint.  In case you missed it, check it out via the link below: Knee Pain Basics, Part I In our second edition, we’re going to […]

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Avoiding Knee Pain in the Gym

After training clients and athletes of all shapes and sizes over the years, it’s no wonder why so many of them end up with knee pain. Many are left with the impression that they have genetically “bad knees.”  Others simply assume that they will no longer be able to do the extracurricular activities that they […]

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Olympic Lifting for Average Bros, Part I

The winner of our “Rock the Vote” blog post, we’re going to discuss the best ways to integrate Olympic lifts into your training program.  What I’m actually going to do is spread this out over numerous blog posts, as it’s a pretty expansive topic. DISCLAIMER:  I’m not a world-class Olympic lifting coach.  I’ve spent a […]

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