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Unfortunately I am not registered as a practitioner. I remember having some difficulty when trying to register in the past. I will look into it again. Thanks Ronnie!
What are your thoughts on agonist supersets with something like this? Depending on the strength level of the athlete, doing full repetition chinups/ iso holds at the top immediately followed by a pulldown variation?
I could be. wrong but I believe the ratio is for every 3 grams of fish oil, take 1 gram of acetyl-L-carnitine for fat loss.
Francis, Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) does an excellent job in regards to teaching drills/exercises to do exactly what Coach described (ACTIVE mobility). Passive mobility will do very little for injury prevention, joint integrity/strength if you cannot control it from a neuromuscular perspective. Active inputs will lead to a chronic change over time with consistent practice. They have great routines for joint health. Check out CARS- Controlled Articular Rotations and PAILS/RAILS- Progressive/Regressive Angular Isometric Loading.
I'm sure this is something you may be working on, but I would love to be able to learn the 12/13 site body fat measurement system with the accompanying software. That is a game changer.
Appreciate it Coach!
Is training lower back 5x a week (assuming you change volume/intensity/exercise) a viable option to someone with a weak lower back? I heard Charles talk about this. Does anybody have an idea what this would look like?
Deidre, I have not tried Yin Reserve yet, but it's good to know you've had success with it. I am guilty of the screens as well. Falling asleep is very easy for me, however I do wake up consistently around 3AM so maybe trying Yin Reserve is worth a shot. Thanks!
I find the lower back/erectors to be an extremely interesting topic . I just finished watching Charles' 52 tips video and he spoke of training the low back 5x/ week using a different exercise each day to bring it up in athletes who are weak there. I work predominantly with American football and basketball athletes where acceleration is a huge priority. How would lower back training look when looking to bring up this lagging body part?
Thanks! I do drink a lot of coffee (2-4 cups every morning) so that could be it. I do cut off all caffeine intake by noon, but this very well could be the culprit. It's going to be a mental challenge to abstain, but I will do it.I appreciate the response.