Principle Based Training: Strength

1) Safety First (2) Strength has a greater Purpose (3) Tension is Strength (4) Relaxation is Strength 5) Perfect Technique (6) Long Rest (7) Simple (8) Sinister Strength Principles If you follow these principles you will ALWAYS progress. Because you will always have in the back of your head the reason you are training – making […]

Principle Based Training: Mobility

Ready to ‘Work Out’? This article is about MOBILITY – which for many, improving mobility will in fact be a Workout! This is because when you extend, stretch or move into unfamiliar areas of your body’s range of motion – your sympathetic nervous system will become activated. Once you start feeling sweaty, dry mouthed and […]

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 […]