Tag Archives: functional movement

Let’s talk about stability

Stability training is probably  one of the most talked about topics in the modern world of strength and conditioning. Unfortunately, core stability training has become so mainstream that some people don’t even think about other body structures that should be … Continue reading

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5 Reasons to improve your movement

“When we lose the ability to move in full and uninhibited ranges of motion, the quality of life, sport, and work are decreased.” Annette Lang, Reebok Alliance Functional strength training has  recently become a major buzzword in the fitness and sport … Continue reading

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Train movements, not muscles!

Very often when we go to the gym, we see people doing  plain and boring biceps curls, triceps cable extensions or rowing on the machines. And that’s not even the worst of it; with many people waiting in line to … Continue reading

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Going back to the basics: the importance of functional movement

In many fields of everyday life we try to skip „some“ steps, thinking that we can reach the goal quicker and easier. However, we often stumble across problems and realize that missing parts are crucial for having a strong and … Continue reading

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