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Training Like A Superhero

Steve Di Tomaso (Co-owner Envision Fitness), DVRT Master Instructor At a glance of my Instagram profile it’s not hard to tell that I’m a huge comic book and superhero fan. My favorite heroes are normal individuals with relatable problems that […]

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To Plank Or Not To Plank

Jessica Bento, Physical Therapist (creator of DVRT Restoration, DVRT Pelvic Control) Scroll through any social media feed and I am willing to bet that you will see people down on the ground holding planks. Heck, I have jumped into training […]

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The Forgotten Movement Pattern

It was around 1998 and I was just blown away! I had never thought of training in this manner, it was a whole new way of thinking about strength training. At this point I had been training for years and […]

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4 Core Exercises For Real World Strength

I’m not going to lie, it is pretty sweet to have such a smart wife to bounce ideas off of as we continue to try to bring the unique aspects of DVRT to more people. Especially because something we are […]

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How to Measure Real World Strength Training

In today’s fitness landscape, knowing what to do and where you are going with your training has probably never been more difficult. There are plenty of things that LOOK really, really cool, but put your health at great risk. Am […]

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Cleaning Up Your Deadlift!

Cory Cripe, DVRT Master, (Creator DVRT Movement Strength) I still remember the smell of my high school gym in the 90s with the sounds of heavy rock through the boombox and iron clanking on the barbells with every repetition. I […]

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Going Beyond the Kettlebell Swing

One of the hardest things to do in fitness is to make people see that we don’t have individual exercises, but a continuum of movement. It is a challenge because that is just not how we are taught to think […]

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Why The Oddest Core Exercises?

I grew up the middle of three boys, each of us about three years apart. As anyone that has siblings knows, when you get something cool, the others want it! I especially remember when we were REALLY young I loved […]

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Better Than The Bench Press!

Even though I played (okay, we should put play in quotation marks because I mostly made sure the bench didn’t fly up) college basketball, I wasn’t a particularly gifted athlete. In fact, almost no one else in my whole family […]

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