The Importance of Training the Head, Neck and Jaw (1)

The Importance of Training the Head, Neck and Jaw

Some of the factors in reducing the number of sport-related concussions are return to play, rules changes, the number of exposures, skill development, protective equipment and strength training to lower subconcussive forces.

Rows In A Row

Rows In A Row

At the University of Pittsburgh you push on the bench press and pull on the Pendulum 3-Way Row.

A New Angle In Training

A New Angle In Training

The Pendulum Shoulder/Incline can be changed quickly into three different distinct machines that allows the athlete to isolate specific regions of the pectoralis major.

Be Smart  With Smartphones

Be Smart With Smartphones

To offset postural changes in this technological age it is important to make head and neck training a common practice in our exercise programs.

The Seat Angle

The Seat Angle

On the Pendulum Hip Press, as your glutes contract, you do not find yourself rising up as you would on a leg press with a perpendicular seat.