By now, we should know that we are asymmetrical by nature. Whether this is from anatomical, biomechanical, or compensational means, we all have asymmetries. Now, this may not be the worse thing in the world, but you must understand your patterns to get the most out of your training. It’s nearly impossible to have the benefits of optimal performance while in a sub-optimal position. Position is key. In this blog,

Nov 2015

Quad Dominance

With the holidays, comes different work-out routines, intensities, and settings for most (if you workout at all!) For me, it became apparent how easily it is for the general population to become quad dominant while working out at corporate gyms. To begin, let’s be honest, many people don’t exercise their lower body or will do the minimum amount of work needed! In addition, many gyms discourage posterior chain exercises, such