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Understanding What Functional Movement Really Means

Discussing training theory is great and citing research is very important, but in the end, I think nothing tells more about what a person actually believes in than the programs they put together. After looking at program after program and […]

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Why Fitness For Life Is Silly

After almost 25 years of writing blog posts, it can feel as though I don’t know what else to write about. Fortunately, social media keeps providing me endless ideas as bad ideas get espoused faster than I could possibly write […]

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The 3 Biggest Myths Of Low Back Pain

Since I was 14, I’ve battled low back pain. It was during a high school basketball game and I got shoved in the back and dropped with horrendous pain. Taken to the ER, doctors told me I had herniated discs […]

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Why People Get The Posterior Oblique Sling Idea About Lats ALL Wrong

When you have been doing anything for almost 30 years, it can seem extra frustrating when people misrepresent interesting concepts that can actually help people. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think people deliberately get things wrong, but they get […]

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The Most Functional Movement Pattern?

I hate internet questions that go something like, “if you were stuck on a deserted island, what exercise would you perform?” I get the idea of people wanting to know where to focus in their training as there is SO […]

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Making Your Body Injury Resilient

  Jessica Bento, Physical Therapist   To be honest, I was kinda surprised how interested people were in my video last week. I got a TON of emails from people who are battling pain themselves. My story of overcoming 5 […]

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5 Best Ultimate Sandbag Exercises You NEED To Be Using

    Jessica Bento, Physical Therapist (Creator of DVRT Restoration, DVRT Shoulder Course, & DVRT Pelvic Control Course) I was pretty grateful for the response of our new “DVRT Better Backs, Knees, & Shoulders” program. It was my first DVRT […]

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