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A BIG Key In Better Shoulders? It’s All In The Hips!

There is never ONE thing that will fix any sort of chronic pain issue. To suggest such a thing is being dishonest with you, but there are key concepts that can have a HUGE impact. One of the most important […]

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Why Your Shoulder Pain Isn’t Getting Better

It has been right up there with problematic low backs and knees. In some instances, it felt like I would get a flurry of clients all battling some form of chronic shoulder issues. They would tell me about how it […]

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Chronic Pain, Health, Fat Loss, & SO MUCH MORE!

I have a confession, in the past 5 years or so, I’ve researched fitness protocols less and less. How could someone who sees themselves as a fitness educator do such a thing? For almost the first 25 years of my […]

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Stop Strengthening Your Hip Flexors For Greater Flexibility

Jessica Bento, Physical Therapist (Creator DVRT Restoration Certification, DVRT Rx Shoulder, Knees, Pelvic Control, & Gait Courses) I get it, you don’t have to be a physical therapist or a fitness professional to know that tight hip flexors can create […]

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Does Knee Pain Actually Get Better From THIS Exercise?

Jessica Bento, Physical Therapist (Creator DVRT Restoration Certification, DVRT Rx Shoulder, Knees, Pelvic Control, & Gait Courses) We have done quite a few posts about the VMO (Vastus Medialis Oblique is one of four quadriceps muscles), as for some reason […]

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Top 5 Core Stability Exercises

Typically making any list of exercises is REALLY difficult. That is because the way to make such a list honestly would require us to answer A LOT of “it depends” questions. So, I thought this would be a bit different […]

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Mobility Training Vs. Stretching Exercises

Pretty much everyone gets into fitness at some point or another and hears that they should stretch and that it’s good for them. I remember being a young coach in the late ’90s, the major reason to do stretching exercises […]

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When Should I Use The Barbell?

Almost 10 years ago I wrote a very popular and controversial article “RIP The Barbell”. One of the publications that picked it up got nervous and called it “An Argument Against The Barbell.” That was all fine, the points were […]

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The Best Exercise For Knee Pain?

What makes any exercise “the best” for something? For many, they assume the biggest weight that can be lifted means the most productive exercise. That MIGHT be true, but it has to be in the proper context of other variables. […]

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