Why add speed or load to poor movement?

It happens all the time in gyms the world over (I assume). You'll look across to see someone squatting with form that's let's say, less than optimal. An injury waiting to happen sort of situation. They'll finish up that set, somehow without collapsing in a screaming heap, and then proceed to load more weight onto … Continue reading Why add speed or load to poor movement?

The break you need, but not the one you deserve.

Why do we feel like we've earned a break from the things we do to better our health? I was away for a motorsport event this past week, and my immediate urge was to avoid training while there because it was a holiday and I'd earned a break. I would've avoided it too, had my … Continue reading The break you need, but not the one you deserve.

Sixty seconds to your fitness dreams.

We're all at least a little bit guilty of it. We find a health goal that we want to achieve, and we'll set out to find the easiest way to get it done. One of the most common things people will try to avoid in my experience, is putting in the time to achieve their … Continue reading Sixty seconds to your fitness dreams.

You’re not strong enough… Yet.

Do you have any movements in day to day life or in your training that you avoid due to pain or because they're just plain tough to do? A lot of the time, the reason why a movement is difficult or causes pain can be traced to a lack of strength, but the good news … Continue reading You’re not strong enough… Yet.