Improving peripheral exercises like stretches and foam rolling is relatively simple compared to improving when performing movement exercises or weight training. There is a lot to remember in doing something like a sissy squat or weighted squat, for instance. If you want to improve and develop your own training regime, however, there is only one thing you really need to remember: keep thinking. Do every exercise with the correct mentality, asking the right questions about what you need to do next to improve, and the next step should always be obvious. Thinking in the following way will remove the need to rely on prescribed lists of exercises and numbers of reps. It will make your training fluid, interesting, personally adaptive and, above all, the most beneficial training it can be. Continue reading
We believe you can overcome knee pain, even if you don't. Strength and mobility are possible through simple, easy to learn exercises - no drugs, no surgery. These lessons and techniques come from trainer Chris Williams, who resolved life-long knee problems through personal study and hard work.
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