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  • Food for Thought: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

    Food for Thought: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

    A few years ago, Mike Boyle and other trainers and physiotherapists on the East Coast came up with a joint-by-joint approach to physical training. It is cleverly based on the fact that our skeletal structure is made of many joints that are designed to either provide mobility or stability. Look at our legs and our

  • Food For Thought: PR Everyday

    Food For Thought: PR Everyday

    PR every day! Personal Record, Personal Best, 1RM (one rep max). So many ways to describe the same concept, which is: the best we can do right now at a specific skill. We all know that if we want to make any progress in our training, we need to constantly challenge our body and mind.

  • Improving Balance for Daily Life and Sport

    Improving Balance for Daily Life and Sport

    By Vic Verdier StrongFirst Elite, CSCS, BExerSc, FMS2, GFM2 Posted on June 9, 2020 The year is 2001 and I am training boxers in Bangkok, Thailand. That’s where I meet Pompoi. Unlike his nickname, which means “fatty” in Thai, Pompoi is small, lean, fast, and surprisingly strong for his size. His dream, like many others

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