Memory and Learning

MEMORY plays a vital role in the learning process, Today I want to challenge you to think about how this concept applies to the way we learn how to move.  Wrap your mind around memory > The Storage of Memories is more or less a passive process through which we retain information in the brain, […]

Hip Flexor Health

————————————————————————————————————————————– Let’s Start With Some Basic Anatomy The hip flexor group is a group of muscles that attach from either your lumbar spine pelvis femur (thigh bone)  > These muscles are vital in maintaining a strong, mobile and properly aligned low back and hip girdle.  Composition The hip flexors are comprised of the Iliopsoas group […]


Plyometrics Here! Get Your Plyometrics Here! Also known as “Jump Training” or “Plyos” – Exercises in which muscles exert maximum force in short intervals of time, with the goal of increasing power (more specifically; speed-strength). Martin Colangelo and I at LatsOn Training have emphasized the concept below in the past…. and we repeat them because […]


As some of you already know, crawling is one of the eight fundamental human movement patterns We learn it at an early age, BUT with our modern environment most of us forget how to do it as we age. Rather than looking at crawling as a fad lets re introduce it into our daily movement […]