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Designed To Address Function
The rectus femoris is a powerful hip flexor, largely dependent on the position of the knee and is strongest when the knee is flexed,
Neck Training To Also Protect The Legs
Medicine Science Sports and Exercise published, Acute Lower Extremity Injury Rates in College Athletics. Researchers’ purpose was to study lower body injury rates pre
The Disadvantage Is An Advantage
Most barbell rows, seated rows, dumbbell row exercises allow you to push with your legs, which helps accelerate the weight as your elbow flexes
It Is Not Isomorphic
The neck also called the cervical spine, consists of 7 bones called vertebrae C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6, C7. These segments each bear
The Chin And The Helmet
When obtaining a sporting helmet it is important that it is certified, meeting high quality standards. Whether it be it’s outer shell, face mask,
Shoulder Elevation And The Tricep
Muscle force and activation on each head of the tricep brachii is different at shoulder flexion angles, keeping the elbows tight to the sides
Physical Activity Guidelines
Lack of physical activity is a significant health problem. Physical inactivity is a leading cause of most non-infectious diseases, and chronic conditions ie; heart
Add The ‘PIC’ System
Add to the dynamics of training by incorporating the Pendulum PIC Bridge System into your program. PIC bridging can not only be placed between
The Rope Pull For Time
It is common to have strength and conditioning tests in athletic programs; maximum strength, repetition strength, velocity strength tests, sprint tests, agility tests, endurance