There is no debate that squatting is a natural body position. What isn’t natural about the squat is the weight, the repetitions, and the depth at which some are pushing their bodies. This is the first problem with the caveman squat, despite the blogs and article that praise its power and strength. Here are the…

“The bad news is time flies, the good news is you’re the pilot” -Michael Shulter If you – like millions of Americans – experience chronic low-back pain or pain that shoots down the buttocks while bending forward or exercising, you may have what is known as a herniated disc. Exercising with a herniated disc can…

Single limb squats (SLS) challenge the core, hips, and feet. This difficult exercise is commonly prescribed to our sports teams, as generating single limb strength may improve muscular imbalances and provide strength in many ground-based movements. Unfortunately, every time I see a group doing SLS, they are often doing them hazardously, increasing their chance of…