Happy Thanksgiving! I am thankful for my readers, especially the ones who have provided me some some good questions that I can paste together with my answers to create a blog post.
Questions include: why does it hurt here; why doesn't it hurt here; why is my hamstring stiff; and should I use resistance on sports movements?
(By the way, if you want to ask a question and get it answered in a future post, contact me here.)Read More
I just watched a nice TED talk by neuroscientist Daniel Wolpert on how the brain controls movement. Check it out below.Read More
The other morning I was taking a walk with my one year old daughter strapped to my chest. She was facing me and I had my hands around her low back. When she is not fast asleep she likes to look around to check out what’s going on in the hood. One of the things I have noticed about babies is that a huge percentage of their movements in the first year . . .Read More
A few weeks ago I posted a twenty five minute audio lesson on improving the squat. Below is a link to volume two. If you haven’t done volume one already, I would highly recommend that you do that before moving to volume two. On the other hand, I think I saw Godfather Two before the first one, and the results were excellent.Read More