Improve Your Training in 3 Steps

December 5, 2021

Prioritise Good Movement Mechanics
Many people believe weight lifted, reps performed and completing a session are the main factors in what progresses you towards your goals. Load the bar up , do the reps, complete the set. Often we find this approach leads to achy backs,  instability,  poor movement and beat up joints.
Positioning, range of motion and stability all help our bodies become more robust and resilient, whether it be to aid in the battlefield of a sport we play or in life itself.  By focusing on good movement mechanics you will build a strong, athletic muscle while at the same time building your capacity to move freely and powerfully. All of which have great transfer over to what ever application you are looking to build.
We look for good movement first, followed by consistency, so looking at doing the correct movement multiple times and then intensity within everything we do. This ensures we are solidifying quality movement patterns and more good reps rather than solidifying bad habits.

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