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The Pain Pill and the Boomstick with Chris Duffin

The Pain Pill and the Boomstick with Chris Duffin

The Pain Pill and the Boomstick with Chris Duffin Are you following The Movement Fix on Instagram? Find us @themovementfix Want better shoulder mobility? Download Day 1 of our Shoulder Mobility Program for free: The Pain Pill and the Boomstick with Chris...

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Learning how to use The Shoulder Rök with Chris Duffin

Learning how to use The Shoulder Rök with Chris Duffin

Learning how to use The Shoulder Rök with Chris Duffin Are you following The Movement Fix on Instagram? Find us @themovementfix Want better shoulder mobility? Download Day 1 of our Shoulder Mobility Program for free: Learning how to use The Shoulder Rök...

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How Different Squats Load Your Back, Knees, and Hips Differently

How Different Squats Load Your Back, Knees, and Hips Differently

Different squats will load the main joints and associated muscles around those joints differently depending on style, bar placement, and weight distribution.

The main considerations are torso angle and shin angle. The alteration of those two variables is what will be the main way you can tell which joints are being loaded more and in which way.

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How Different Deadlifts Load the Low Back Differently

How Different Deadlifts Load the Low Back Differently

How Different Deadlifts Load the Low Back Differently Learn some cool stuff in this video? Check out our workshops here to learn even cooler stuff. Need more hip and low back mobility? Start with Day 1 of our Hip/Low Back Mobility Program for free: How...

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Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Hip Flexors

Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Hip Flexors

Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Hip Flexors Need more hip and low back mobility? Start with Day 1 of our Hip/Low Back Mobility Program for free: This week we are returning to our discussion of 'the basic anatomy' series and we are taking a look at the hip flexors, but...

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Why I’m Using Exogenous Ketone Supplements

Why I’m Using Exogenous Ketone Supplements

Exogenous ketone supplements have gotten extremely popular lately with high performers like Tim Ferriss posting non-stop about all the benefits they offer, so I decided to give it a try as a self-experiment. Man I am glad I did. I was a bit skeptical at first because...

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Fully Move Every Joint Every Day

Fully Move Every Joint Every Day

Fully Move Every Joint Every Day Want better shoulder mobility? Download Day 1 of our Shoulder Mobility Program for free: This week I want to share with you a routine I use to fully move every joint every day. Think of moving a joint as a way to lubricate the surface...

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45 - The Story of My Low Back Pain and What I Did About It

45 - The Story of My Low Back Pain and What I Did About It

Movement Fix PodcastEpisode #45The Story of my Lower Back Pain and what I did to Solve ItGuest: Ryan DeBell, MS, DCLearn more from Michael in his online workshop for fitness and rehab professionals. Save 25% with coupon code barbell25. Sign up for the webinar we are...

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Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Quads

Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Quads

Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Quads Need more hip and low back mobility? Start with Day 1 of our Hip/Low Back Mobility Program for free: This week, we are going to take a look at the basic anatomy of the quads and figure out how the anatomy affects hip extension and...

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Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Adductors

Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Adductors

Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Adductors Need more hip and low back mobility? Start with Day 1 of our Hip/Low Back Mobility Program for free: This week we are going to take a look at the basic anatomy of stretching the hip adductors. This is the group of muscles that...

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Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Hamstrings

Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Hamstrings

Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Hamstrings *Updated 4/27/18 Check out The Movement Fix on Instagram @themovementfix Overview There are four muscles that make up what we call the 'hamstrings', which are located on the backside of your thigh. The muscles are: Biceps...

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Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Pecs

Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Pecs

Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Pecs Overview You have two different muscles that are considered your 'pecs': pectoralis major and pectoralis minor. Together they can be called the pecs and individually they are colloquially called pec major and pec minor. Generally...

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