Three short videos featuring Professor Stuart McGill explaining femoral and sciatic nerves flossing and Myths & fallacies about spine function.Read More
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Reverse hypers is a movement that provides versatility and relevance when the goal is to enhance Hip function within rehab and performance training scenarios. The "Walking pattern against gravity" and the "Both hips reverse hypers" are two staple-versions tailored at QTX using Glute-Ham-Developer apparatus (GHD). The rubber-bands are prescribed only when the client's motion pattern achieves optimal standards and ready to increase external resistance so as to adapt to new strength levels. Both options encourage recruitment of gluteus and Spine erectors and serve as variations to the "Reverse Hypers Rolls" machine made popular by Louie Simmons, where slight spine flexion is encouraged.Read More
In around 10 months from now I'll be turning 50. It won't be a party a fireworks, for sure. My way to celebrate will be becoming as fit as I possibly can. Healthy habits might be the most priceless legacy to my daughters.Read More
The human body it's not like a bank account where you can spend your savings the next day. Lack of exercise does the same to you as lack of sleep or poor nutrition: You can't make it even tomorrow.Read More