Category Archives: Injuries, rehab, preventive and corrective exercising

What if you feel “hip thrust” in hams and(or) low back instead of glutes?

Howdy, Hip thrust is a very useful exercise, popularized by the “Glute guy” (Bret Contreras). We all know how the major hip extensors important are for overall health/injury prev., and performance – so we need to strengthen them a lot. This one is maybe not that important for improving sprint and acceleration, as people thought,

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QUESTION FOR COACH 6 (Dr Nicholas Licameli)

LUKA KOVACEVIC: Do you think that looking up in a deadlift could result in damage of the intervertebral discs by multiplying “micro traumas” or cause some another obstruction? Short-term and long-term consequences… Dr. NICHOLAS LICAMELI: Is looking up during a deadlift a big deal in the short-term? As with many topics in exercise science, I

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4 basic squat variations for finding out what works best for you at the moment

Howdy, Squatting… What to say, probably the most natural but complex movement of the human body (if we exclude crawling, walking and running). Most people are losing the perfect squatting form during growing up because of multiple reasons (sedentary life is the general cause and losing of hips – ankles – T spine – shoulders

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QUESTION FOR COACH 4 (Aleksandar Petrovic)

  LUKA KOVACEVIC: When it comes to short preparatory period of one National team, how long one strength training should last on average, and what do you pay attention on when it comes to overall goal(s) and exercise selection? ALEKSANDAR PETROVIC: When it comes to strength training during preparatory period, of one National Team, session

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