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Be lucky enough in middle school, junior high or high school to be taught basic body movements and step-by-step instructions in the Olympic lifts, powerlifting, mobility, flexibility, kettlebell training & tumbling
For most of us, it’s option two.
This is the culmination of Dan John’s 30 years of coaching and competition—let Dan save you … Read more
Assessing Movement: A Contrast in Approaches & Future Directions
A video featuring Stuart McGill, Gray Cook & Craig Liebenson
This live-event video took place in early 2014 at Stanford University, where Craig Liebenson moderated a day-long conversation between Gray Cook, the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) creator, and Stuart McGill, a back pain expert and researcher who has reviewed the current … Read more
Dan John: A Systems Approach to Coaching & Training
Chip Conrad: How to Create a Holistic Athlete
What a winning combination!
Without intention, Dan and Chip’s lectures flow together so smoothly, you’ll think they planned this all winter. They successfully weave together Dan’s decades of experience and Chip’s study of physical culture and iron tradition, and come up with … Read more
When Craig Liebenson introduced me to Lorimer Moseley as a suggestion to film his Pain lecture at Jason Tonley’s Cynergy Education event, I was pleased. But I had no clue what a gift that would turn out to be.
I’d watched Lorimer’s TED talk, and knew he was smart and funny. At the time, I didn’t know what a contribution … Read more
When you combine Dave’s 55-year history haunting various gyms around the world with his unusual insight into training flow to design a bodybuilding gym, the resulting space has all the allure of a ’60s Dungeon, only clean, open and light, with everything you need, right where you need it.
Unfortunately, even in the ’90s that wasn’t enough to build a … Read more