SkiErg Technique: Part One

Jan 06, 2016

This is the first in a three-part series of cues to help you with SkiErg technique. After having introduced hundreds of athletes to the SkiErg, I’ve noticed three very common faults that appear in new adopters. I’ve developed these memorable cues to help them work through those technique flaws. Furthermore, these are the same cues that I use to take an experienced athlete to a higher level of performance. By learning and understanding these cues, you will hopefully gain a better grasp on the mechanics and flow used in good SkiErg technique.

Part One: Crunch, Don't Bow Continue Reading ›

Glutes: We All Have 'em, but Do You Use 'em?

Dec 14, 2015

How do YOU build your bridge?

My husband has a small butt. There, I said it. A Tiny Hiny. Minimal Maximus. Diminutive Derrier. The two lumps of muscle on the backside of his pelvis are underdeveloped, and I have been curious about that for a while. Turns out, the term “use it or lose it” is at play here, and it seems to be a common problem for a slice of the athletic population. So we're going to look at the symptoms and see if we can help some of you “under-utilizers” out there. Continue Reading ›

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