Tag: weak

The TRUTH about core stability (and it’s not what you think)…

The TRUTH about core stability (and it’s not what you think)…

The Oxford English Dictionary defines the term ‘core stability’ as the capacity of the muscles of the torso to assist in the maintenance of good posture, balance etc., especially during movement” There are many muscles of the torso, including, but NOT exclusively, the abdominals and […]

The 7 Deadly Sins of Preventing Injury

The 7 Deadly Sins of Preventing Injury

The health and fitness industry is huge. It’s worth billions of dollars and employs millions of people. In its current state, a large chunk of that industry is relying on you getting injured for their livelihood. There’s doctors, nurses, specialists (surgeons), manual therapists, specialist coaches, […]

A Little Thing…Like Tight Muscles?

A Little Thing…Like Tight Muscles?

When I’m trying to describe to folks what I do, I’ve tried using the titles; Movement Therapist, Mobility Coach, Soft-Tissue Therapist, Personal Trainer and many more, but now, when people ask, I say this: I’m a Muscle Tightness Specialist. You see muscle tightness is the […]

The WORST Solution to Weak Glutes & Core Strength

The WORST Solution to Weak Glutes & Core Strength

  Human beings have an innate desire to solve problems and the logical solution to weak muscles is to strengthen them, right? Right. So how have the industry got it so wrong? Every animal on the planet, including us, is a reactive being. That means […]

The #1 Mistake Triathletes Make with Weak Glutes

The #1 Mistake Triathletes Make with Weak Glutes

    The biggest mistake triathletes make in trying to fix their weak glutes is believing that they’re actually weak in the first place! There problem is that the health and fitness industries are only testing the muscle function in one direction and from one […]