Improving Leg Separation

Feel like you have “tight hamstrings?”⠀⠀Most people feel like they have tight hammies when in reality they have a pelvic stability issue that eccentrically loads the hamstrings. In this tutorial we show you how to open up your hips and improve pelvic stability.⠀⠀Here is a quick break down:⠀⠀* 90/90 Breathingto…* 90/90 Hip Stretchto…* Posterior Hip… READ MORE

Everything About Single Leg Deadlifts

Single Leg Deadlifts are one of the most valuable exercises we have to build single leg strength and reduce the likelihood of hamstring strains.⠀⠀In this video I take you through progressions and cues to ensure that you and your clients can do them correctly.⠀⠀– 2/2 Active Straight Leg Raise to…– Reaching Single Leg Deadlift to…–… READ MORE

Everything About Split Squats

There probably isn’t an exercise that gets you more bang for your buck than split squats. These are our bread and butter at @bodybyboyle and serve as our main knee dominant exercise in our program. Our progression looks like this: Bodyweight – Goblet Loaded – Suitcase Loaded – Rear Foot Elevated. Give this video a watch, I… READ MORE

Weighted Single Leg Squats

I was inspired to add in some weighted single leg squats to today’s workout after this morning’s @bodybyboyle staff meeting discussion.⠀⠀After mastering the basic pattern and getting to depth, don’t be shy about adding external load to single leg squats. There is huge carryover in terms of sports specific strength and multi-planar control of the lower extremity.⠀⠀I… READ MORE

At Home Workout: Kettlebell + Suspension Trainer

Admittedly , its not that much different than what I normally do. Once, I have the pull-up bar and the Trapbar in next week it will be training as usual in my garage.⠀⠀All you need for this workout is two Kettlebells and a Suspension Trainer like a TRX or Rings.⠀⠀I did this for 5 rounds… READ MORE

Two Kettlebells, One Sandbag…Workout.

Was flipping through my phone and found this video from about two years ago. A good example of how you can get a lot done with only a little equipment. Two kettlebells and one sand bag can take you a long way.⠀⠀1A. 2×20 kg– Clean x 1– Swing x 1– Snatch x 13 cycles x… READ MORE

Sprint training doesn’t require much equipment

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Movement As Medicine (@movementasmedicine) on Mar 27, 2020 at 5:39am PDT One of the great things about sprint training is that it doesn’t require much equipment.⠀⠀Despite less than ideal circumstances, some of my athletes are still finding ways to get better. Dimitri and Andrew had been… READ MORE

Total Rep Routine

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Movement As Medicine (@movementasmedicine) on Mar 25, 2020 at 3:20pm PDT One of my go-to workouts when I’m at home is to accumulate a total given amount of reps of each exercise. I like this for quick at-home workouts because having a set total number of… READ MORE

3 Tips To Make Your Home Workouts More Effective

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Movement As Medicine (@movementasmedicine) on Mar 22, 2020 at 11:43am PDT While we’re all quarantined at home and out of our routines it’s easy to let our health and fitness fall by the wayside. In times of high stress and anxiety it’s more important than ever… READ MORE

Isometric Split Squat Holds!

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Movement As Medicine (@movementasmedicine) on Mar 21, 2020 at 9:28am PDT Isometric Split Squat Holds!⠀⠀Afraid of losing your gains while you’re quarantined?⠀⠀Try working in 3-5 sets of these on each leg and I assure you you’ll not only maintain your strength you’ll probably come out the… READ MORE

Stationary In-Home Active Warm-Up

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Movement As Medicine (@movementasmedicine) on Mar 20, 2020 at 7:51am PDT I figured it would be good to share a stationary active warm-up that you can do in a small space inside your home. Often one of the first things to get cut out in the… READ MORE