Eliminating Shoulder Pain from Bootcamps for Women

Our team has seen an increase in women frustrated by shoulder pain and stiffness from their bootcamp work outs. We know that camps can be intense (and they need to be!) but we know how important it is to stick to a goal and not let your accountability partner down when your shoulder just doesn’t feel right.

So, instead of pushing through the pain or worse missing camps, let’s take a look where things can go wrong and how to build them back stronger and more resilient.

Top 3 Drills to Fix Your Butt Wink with Squats

The “butt wink” is one of the most common movement dysfunctions that I see when it comes to Crossfit athletes. This movement pattern can be the cause of many different aches and pains including back pain, hip pain, and knee pain. The “butt wink” can be caused by either mobility deficit or motor control deficit. In this article we are going to address the motor control aspect of this movement dysfunction

How to Properly Execute Stretching after Weightlifting Workout

One of the biggest complaints I get from patients and athletes is the feeling of “tightness” in their hips from lifting. The second thing I hear from them is they are performing a variety of stretches and not seeing much of an improvement in this feeling of tightness. There could be a few different reasons these athletes are not seeing an improvement in this feeling of tightness. However one of the more likely is that they are using static stretching for the wrong reasons.

Top 3 "Stretches" to Improve Squat Form

When performing a squat there needs to adequate hip mobility. If this is not present then your body will compensate in some type of way and can put you at risk for injury. The most common injury when this issue is present is low back pain. In this article you will learn 3 easy drills that will help unlock your hip mobility to help improve your squatting pattern. 
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