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Movement for Low Back Pain

By Mai-Linh Dovan

/ Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Videos / 16 November, 2018

If you are working with clients that have low back pain, movement is a key component of their rehab. Just get them moving. In this capsule, Mai discus…

How To Use Your Brain Chemistry To Optimize Your Fitness and Business Results

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Podcasts / 15 November, 2018

How do the three big neurotransmitters dopamine, adrenaline, and serotonin impact your workouts and influence who you are as a person? That’s wh…

BACK TO MY ROOTS Part 1 – Train all contraction types

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Articles / Strength and performance / Training / 15 November, 2018

Part 1 – Train all contraction types  I’m a strength and conditioning coach by trade. My specialty has always been training athletes. Those who …

What is the natural coaching style for each neurotype?

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Miscellaneous / Videos / 12 November, 2018

What is the best neurotype for coaching? Each neurotype will have its own strengths and weaknesses as a coach. Each will have potential downfalls as a…

The Role of the Lats on the Bench

By Alex Babin

/ Strength and performance / Training / Videos / 09 November, 2018

The recruitment of the lats for the bench press is a controversial subject. In this capsule, Alex discussed the role of the lats and relates these to …


By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Articles / Miscellaneous / Strength and performance / Training / 08 November, 2018

Following my article on why HIIT is not the body composition God send that we make it out to be (and that cardio is not the evil that some people thin…


Stop Counting Reps

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Miscellaneous / Videos / 05 November, 2018

When you are coaching a client, the most important thing is analyzing every single rep they do. Otherwise, you’re not doing your job and you’re losing…

Handcuff Rowing Lat Pulldown

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Strength and performance / Training / Videos / 02 November, 2018

It’s sometimes a challenge to activate the upper back, sometimes due to dominant biceps. The handcuff rowing lat pulldown helps challenge that by real…


By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Articles / Fat loss / Training / 01 November, 2018

Steady state cardio is evil, will waste away your muscles by jacking up cortisol, doesn’t burn much fat and is boring AF. High Intensity Intervals wil…

The Zercher Squat

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Strength and performance / Training / Videos / 29 October, 2018

The Zercher squat is a great lower body exercise that involves a lot of upper body. It is a great exercise to build upper back strength and core activ…

3 Phases for Retraining the Shoulder

By Mai-Linh Dovan

/ Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Videos / 26 October, 2018

Whether you have a client who has had a shoulder injury or just has less than optimal shoulder movement, you’ll find you sometimes have to re-train sh…

Magnesium – which type should you choose?

By Stéphane Aubé

/ Articles / Nutrition & Supplementation / 25 October, 2018

Everybody knows the name, but what magnesium really is and especially, what its essential actions are is not that well known. Of course, telling you t…