The Best Strength Exercise Gymnasts Aren’t Using – The Deadlift

Earlier this week, I published a very popular blog post on my go to myofascial release techniques I feel gymnasts should be using on a daily basis to enhance flexibility. It was a small snippet from the Flexibility Module our brand new online course, “Keys to Developing Flexibility and Strength

Treating Gymnasts with “Chronic Hip Flexor Strains” – From Clinic To Practice #6b

Last week in Part 1 of this article, I went over the background and current research concepts for a lot of gymnasts I have been treating with micro instability based hip injuries. This week I wanted to talk about one more contributive factor, and then dive into all of the practical treatment

Video Quick Tip: Single Leg Medball Tosses

One of the most common areas I see gymnastics overlook is reactive balance control work, especially in the frontal plane. During strength programs, we usually are good a programing larger muscle groups and even preparing for power/speed. We often time overlook how huge reactive balance work is for both performance

Fixing Bridges and Preventing Back Pain – 5 Common Issues and How To Address Them

A good bridge is a fundamental part of gymnastics. Unfortunately, it is also a movement that gives coaches, healthcare providers, and athletes a lot of problems. Back pain with bridges and other hyper extension skills is a huge issue within gymnastics. There are many factors to what constitutes a good bridge

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