TLC Exercises for Building Strong and Mobile Ankles and Feet

13 Quick and Easy Exercises To Strengthen Your Ankles and Feet, Increase Your Range of Motion, and Lower Your Risk of a Sprain, Break, or Overuse Injury My feet may be ugly, but they are strong. And if there’s one … Continued

Lifting weights is dangerous. And so is Crossfit.

Lifting weights is dangerous. And so is Crossfit. Crossfit is dangerous. And you know what’s really dangerous? When weak, deconditioned, imbalanced, or otherwise unhealthy people try to lift weights that are too heavy for them with poor technique, poor programming, … Continued

How to Approach Pull-up Training When You’re Injured

Another common question I get on pull-up training is whether it’s safe to train them if you have an injury or a past injury. It seems that someone is always wondering if their “old shoulder injury” will prevent them from … Continued

3 Exercises In 5 Minutes: No More Knee Pain When Running

How Joe The Runner Eliminated His Knee Pain Using 3 Exercises He Learned During A 5 Minute Consultation With A Health-First Fitness Coach So, my brother, Joe, who lives out of state, showed up in town for an unexpected visit. … Continued

Finally, A Logical Explanation For Why 50-75% Of Runners Get Injured + The 7 Building Blocks of Becoming a Strong, Resilient Runner

The question has been posed in many different ways and from several different angles. Is running a dangerous and destructive activity that recklessly creates problems and injuries in the human body or could running actually be considered the fountain of … Continued

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