Training Videos

Examples of some of the corrective exercies that could form part of your program.


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Front squats, with the bar across the shoulders automatically corrects you into better form so a novice can execute the squat pattern with more precision, including a more upright spine, and even weight distribution of the ball, heel, and toes. On the back of the shoulders, most people will lean forward to counter the weight, putting excessive stress on the lumbar joints and will more than likely be on the balls of their feet without even weight distribution. We all squat, on the toilet, to pick things up from the floor, and many other general movements in order to navigate our lives on a daily basis, and this type of squat trains for better posture over time.

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