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Moving in the Morning

Moving in the Morning

Moving in the Morning Check out The Movement Fix on Instagram @themovementfix Need more hip and low back mobility? Start with Day 1 of our Hip/Low Back Mobility Program for free: Do you have a morning stretch routine? Having a ritual that you go through...

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3 Reasons to NOT over-arch your low back

3 Reasons to NOT over-arch your low back

When you watch someone’s low back when they deadlift, what’s the number one thing you look for? If you answered: rounding, good. We don’t want rounding. To read more about why we don’t want rounding, check out the 4 exercises your low back is better without. However,...

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7 Reasons Why I Do CrossFit

7 Reasons Why I Do CrossFit

I had a patient today say to me, "Hey I wanted to ask you if you had seen that article that is going around about a girl talking about Why She Doesn't Do CrossFit. Have you seen that?" No I hadn't seen it, but as soon as I logged into my facebook account I saw...

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Your body as a train

Your body as a train

Think of your body as a train Imagine you are walking through a field and stumble upon a train and two of the cars are derailed. You are a problem solver so you try to figure out how someone would get the train back on track and moving again. The obvious solution when...

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The Texting and Driving Movement Fix

The Texting and Driving Movement Fix

25% of car accidents are caused by people being on their PHONES. How dumb is that? Friends don't let friends text and drive. Share this with your friends that you know do it! Watch the video to learn our 5 step movement fix to safely texting and driving.  Related...

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Rolling out your psoas - Good idea? With Special Guest!

Rolling out your psoas - Good idea? With Special Guest!

The psoas muscle, in my experience, can be a problem, but it is NOT the only source of low back pain or abdominal pain. There are a number of organs that lie in front (anterior) of your psoas that can make it hard to get to. Many of these structures can also lead to...

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14.3 - Quick and effective warm up

14.3 - Quick and effective warm up

Here is our take on how to warm up and get the blood pumping for 14.3 so you hit the ground ready to go. 4 rounds (not for time): 30 single unders/alternating step 10 straight leg raises each leg 10 glute bridges 6-10 light deadlifts This is also a great way to cool...

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14.2 Warm up

14.2 Warm up

Here is our take on how to warm up and get the blood pumping for 14.2 so you hit the ground ready to go. 4 rounds: 10 ring rows 10 primal pull throughs 10 lateral lunges First round: lateral lunge with PVC on back Second round: lateral lunge with light kettlebell...

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14.1 Warm up

14.1 Warm up

Here is our take on how to warm up and get the blood pumping for event 1 of the 2014 crossfit open, aka 14.1, so you hit the ground ready to go. 10-15 minutes of: 30 single or double unders 10 primal pull throughs 10 glute bridges 5 light power snatches Now go get...

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Day 30: Full body prep #2, Cody and Ryan's Favorites

Day 30: Full body prep #2, Cody and Ryan's Favorites

Day 30: Full Body Warm Up #2; Ryan and Cody's Favorites For Day 30, perform the following for 15-30 minutes:   10 Glute Bridges; 2" hold at top Handstand Walk Drills Goblet Squat; 30" hold Pull Up Hang; 20-30" hold Want better shoulder mobility?...

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Day 29: Full Body Prep #1

Day 29: Full Body Prep #1

Day 29: Full Body Prep #1 Need more hip and low back mobility? Start with Day 1 of our Hip/Low Back Mobility Program for free: Welcome Welcome to Day 29 of the 30 Days of Warm Ups and Movement Prep. Today we will be working on full body prep that you can...

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