Posts Tagged Corrective exercise

Why everyone should be doing Turkish Get Ups

You will probably have noticed the recent reemergence of the coaches’ favourite exercise – The Turkish Get Up (TGU). Some people love it, but the majority hate it. I though it would be a good time to put my case forward as to why everybody should be doing them more often than not.   The aim of our training sessions […]

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Why is W10 Performance so Saturday Night Fever?

“Why are my hamstrings are tight?  I stretch, I train, I stretch again, but my hamstrings are always tight”! Sound familiar? It does to me. People, often without prompting, walk into my practice and tell me that their hamstring ‘feel tight’.  Whether you play five a side with your work colleagues, hit a weekend spin class or hit the weights […]

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Does posture matter?

Entry copied form JC’s blog: (www.vacassin.com) I have this conversation A LOT.  The mainstream personal training industry is seemingly obsessed with corrective exercise, and too much so in my view.  Yes, there’s there’s a body of trainers who write crappy, injury inducing programmes, but they’re the other extreme (or are they??). I’m not saying it’s not important, I’m just suggesting […]

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