Learn how to quickly switch into a focused, but relaxed state for your training session or practice, while optimizing air flow pathways.
Can warm-ups be too long? Is there an upper limit? Sarah Walls discusses some limits and special considerations for great warm-ups.
The foundation of our work with close to 100% of the population we work with begins with correcting breathing patterns. In a nutshell, here is why…
Ahhh, the knee cave, my old friend. This, by far, is the most common strength and movement pattern deficit I see in developing athletes. More officially known as a valgus position of the knee, it signifies not only a severe lack of specific and general strength, but also may be an indicator of poor body control overall (due to other common muscular strength deficits that generally come as part of the "package").