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How To Fix Scapular Winging (Step-By-Step Guide)

Posted on December 3rd, 2018

Step-by-step guide to fix shoulder scapular winging – Level up your flexibility and DOWNLOAD our FREE  Flexibility Blueprint … and as always, for more videos like this one SUBSCRIBE to our channel and join the movement tribe. [Shout Out] Thanks Ahmad Mansour for your question (“Plz we need some exercises for scapular […]

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Is Bodybuilding Good For Health? Shona Vertue Interview

Posted on November 5th, 2018

It’s a debatable topic … is bodybuilding healthy? Sure, exercise is essential for good health, but most bodybuilders and athletes in general take it to the extreme … pushing their bodies way past breaking point on a regular occurance chasing performance goals. Ask any athlete … performance is usually always […]

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Press To Handstand – How To Get Strong Enough To Do A Press To Handstand

Posted on October 28th, 2018

This video shows how to get strong enough to do a press handstand *** To nail your press to handstand you’ll need to level up your mobility – DOWNLOAD our epic mobility blueprint *** SUBSCRIBE to our Youtube Channel. How do you do a press handstand? There are many different […]

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Should You Squat Arse-To-Grass Deep? [Risks, Rewards & Who Qualifies]

Posted on August 22nd, 2018

This is a highly debated topic in the health and fitness industry. The deep squat advocates (I’m one of them) will cite the obvious benefits to squatting full range of motion. A deep squat activates a lot more quads and glutes due to the stretch shortening cycle. Deep squatting also […]

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What’s Best – Straight Back Vs Round Back Lifting?

Posted on August 20th, 2018

It’s no secret that how you use your spine during lifting is important … but ‘the optimal way’ might not be what you think. For as long as I can remember the consensus has been the same … keep your back straight when you lift. You know, we’re told to […]

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This Is Why We Changed How We Exercise [Generalist vs Specialist Explained]

Posted on August 8th, 2018

Why do so many people hurt themselves doing the very thing that’s meant to prevent injury? I’m not talking about freak accidents … I’m talking about those annoying issues you pick up when you’re exercising. Before I share our take on training injuries, let me quickly explain my absence from […]

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Crossfitter Wins Gold – So Why Do People Still Hate Crossfit?

Posted on April 13th, 2018

Congratulations to Tia-Clair Toomey winning gold at the Commonwealth Games in the 58kg weightlifting event with a combined total weight lifted of 201kg. What a cracking result! For those who don’t know … Tia-Clair is also one of the worlds best Crossfitters. Taking out first place in the Crossfit Games […]

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Exercising? This Could Prevent A Painful Injury! [AROM & Why It’s Important]

Posted on April 9th, 2018

If you’re new to the gym, listen up, what I’m about to share could save you a lot of pain. If you’re a more experienced person then pay attention also … you might learn something new. No doubt training in the gym can be hard on your body. Particularly if […]

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How To Avoid Annoying Injury When Training

Posted on August 14th, 2017

I just finished a Fitness Strategy Session with another person wanting to lose weight for summer. This is a pretty common goal this time of year. One of the things I have to consider during these Fitness Strategy Sessions is physical capability and current fitness level. Sure, it’s easy to […]

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Are You Creating Barriers To Disease Or Are You Opening Doors To Them?

Posted on May 10th, 2017

What If We Lead Lives That Created Barriers To Disease Instead Of Opening Doors To Them? The wise words of Paul McCarthy during his fantastic TedxUCLA talk. (Don’t worry, I’ve shared it below) It’s an interesting question. We know that exercise, healthy nutrition and plenty of sleep are all essential […]

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Is Exercise & Eating Your Veggies Totally Overrated?

Posted on January 13th, 2017

If you have big health goals and ambitions in 2017, this will be a good read! True story … Today I drove past an old school Mr Whippy van in the middle of North Sydney. Needless to say, a huge line gathered in front; loads of people waiting patiently in […]

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Scientific Breakthrough: Could Lifting Weights Actually Make You Smarter?

Posted on November 4th, 2016

If you follow me on social media you’d have noticed a little more excitement in my demeanor this week. That’s because a recent study has indicated that weightlifting can have quite incredible benefits on degenerative brain issues. Having invested half my life lifting weights at various gyms, and now owning […]

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