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RECENT BLOG POSTS

13 Feb: How Steph Curry has Amazing Conditioning – His Unique Approach

Once he’s out of breath at the end of most workouts, Curry lies on his back, and Payne, his trainer, places sandbag weights below his rib cage in order to overload, and train, Curry’s diaphragm.

Through conditioning and breathing techniques like this, Curry can often coax his heart rate below 80 during one 90-second timeout.

13 Feb: How to Train Proper Pronation for Optimal Foot Function

The biggest misconception I see is that people think pronation is the collapsing inward of the foot as a whole.

That is not the case, and a collapsed foot is indicative of a foot that is likely compensating into pronation, rather than achieving true pronation.

10 Oct: A Guide on “Knocked Knees” or Inwardly Collpasing Knees

Knocked knees are a result of the body trying to find joint actions it is naturally missing in order to complete the gait cycle, or allow for full human movement. This comes at a cost of stressing tissues and joints around the pelvis and knee. To fix it, we should start with the root of the problem – the pelvis in Anteiror Tilt.