Movement errors and transferability part 1 – Don’t be a rusty hinge

Posted by admin on  April 13, 2015
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Movement errors and transferability part 1 - Don't be a rusty hinge Of all the movement errors happening in the gym, the hip hinge has to be at the start of the list. Not just because it's common, but because it's probably the most basic, fundamental movement pattern that we express as human beings, even more so than walking. Before we can walk we have to be able to get on and off the bed,

 The Principles of Fundamental

Posted by admin on  April 7, 2015
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 The Principles of Fundamental "The purpose for this blog is to formalise the recurring themes I see day after day, in an effort to create a consciousness around them." Everybody who spends enough time in their field will eventually go down a path of specialisation. The fitness industry has a ton of different niches for trainers to specialise in, and thus a lot of different options for clients when choosing the right trainer. Look on

The Fundamental Principles

Posted by admin on  March 25, 2015
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The Fundamental Principles As a CrossFit coach and Personal Trainer I get to spend a lot of time with people. I guess when people think of these occupations they think of you as someone who stands there yelling motivational abuse at a bunch of members. They wouldn't be entirely to blame either, as this is how society has moulded our thinking towards 'exercise' and how it should be. Just do it, no pain no gain, calories
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