MOBILITY


Tear 25 Guys Pecs

How to Tear 25 Guys’ Pecs in 10 days

During the CrossFit Games this year, over 25 MEN (and counting) have torn their pecs. Injuries really suck—and sometimes they can’t be predicted or avoided. But sometimes they can. Today I’d like to share with you the real reason that […]


Swing Deadlift Prep

NEVER Swing a Kettlebell Until You Do THIS

Kettlebell Swings are an extremely powerful exercise for improving athleticism, posture, strength, and building a better butt. Unfortunately they are also extremely dangerous…If your body isn’t properly prepared for the task. Far too many people jump right into kettlebell swings […]


Max Up Dog

Feel Better by Mobilizing Your Joints (The Right Way)

Stiff, achy, or painful joints and muscles can be the nail in the coffin for your fitness and health aspirations. Because the goal is to have a physical body that can support any athletic endeavor you might like to pursue, […]


Max hug swiss ball

Babies, Bathwater, and Swiss Balls

Getting “set in our ways” is an easy path and one that limits our potential. Fortunately, over the past 10 years, I’ve had the pleasure of changing my mind about a great many things in the fitness industry. The lesson […]


Elbow Pain

3 Mobility Moves for Healthy Elbows

Elbow pain and “tendonitis” can quickly derail your plans for having a strong and healthy body. Many people are quick to diagnose any elbow problem as tendonitis and give the simple advice of REST. This is not bad advice, per […]


Build Muscle and Strength…with Mobility?

When it comes to Health and Athleticism, it seems that professionals really narrow their scope. This is natural of course–just like how a neurosurgeon should only be doing brain surgery and a podiatrist should secretly worship deal only with feet and ankles. […]


Enhance Your Fitness by Adding More Yin to Your Yang

I was speaking with a close friend the other day after Jiu Jitsu class–he was asking me for advice on how to improve his overall athleticism and health. This isn’t always an easy question, so I asked him a few of […]