The Future of Resistance Band Training

The Future of Muscle Function Testing The kiio Sensor accurately measures, stores, and wirelessly communicates force over time during any exercise. On-board sensors, a CPU, and special electronics calculate actual force, power, exercise pacing, and more. The kiio Sensor is integrated with kiio FLEX software to offer a comprehensive solution for assessing, training, monitoring, and improving the overall performance of …

marc sherry

Marc Sherry

Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainer

Exercising your character strengths can make for happier holidays

Exercising your character strengths can make for happier holidays Regarded as a central tool of positive psychology, the VIA Survey of Character Strengths is a simple self-assessment that takes less than 15 minutes to complete and provides a wealth of information to help you understand your core characteristics. It has been taken by more than 5 million people in 190+ …

Dr. Scott Bautch

D.C., DACBOH, CCST, CCSP, original CEO of Allied Health Chiropractic Centers, Co-Author of 2 books

Movement​ ​Starts​ ​At​ ​The​ ​Ground:​ ​The​ ​Importance​ ​Of​ ​Proper​ ​Foot Mechanics

Your​ ​feet​ ​are​ ​the​ ​very​ ​foundation​ ​of​ ​your​ ​body’s​ ​mobility.​ ​Without​ ​proper foot​ ​function,​ ​the​ ​body’s​ ​balance​ ​and​ ​sense​ ​of​ ​movement​ ​are​ ​negatively affected​ ​and​ ​this​ ​can​ ​have​ ​a​ ​profound​ ​influence​ ​on​ ​your​ ​overall​ ​body mechanics​ ​and​ ​performance. Your​ ​feet​ ​have​ ​many​ ​roles:​ ​They​ ​support​ ​your​ ​weight,​ ​allowing​ ​you​ ​to​ ​stand upright. They​ ​propel​ ​you​ ​forward​ ​and​ ​stop​ ​you​ ​from​ …

Dr. Brian Bachelder

PhD in Biomechanics, Director of Sports Medicine, Sport Medicine provider, and Injury Prevention and Movement Performance Specialist

Why sleeping position matters

How do your clients feel when they wake up in the morning? Refreshed, rested and ready to go? Or stiff, achy and wishing they could go back to sleep for another few hours? The difference may depend on their sleeping position. Sleeping on your back Most experts agree that sleeping on your back is the ideal position, but it’s not …

Dr. Robert Silverman

Dr. Robert Silverman

DC, MS, CNS, CCN, CSCS, CKTP, CES, CIISN, DACBN, DCBCN, HKC, SASTM

Study Review: Effects of Exercise on Posture and Chest Function

The Study: Effect of thorax correction exercises on flexed posture and chest function in older women with age-related hyperkyphosis  The Facts: The authors looked at the effect of exercises on the hyperkyphosis and chest function in older women. All subjects were over 65 years of age. 41 women were divided into exercise and control groups. The exercise group performed “breathing …

Dr. Mark Payne

Doctor of Chiropractic, Founder and President Matlin Mfg Inc., Publisher and Editor in Chief of ScienceInBrief.com

5 Benefits of Battle Ropes Training

Increasingly popular in gyms, and commonly utilized by boot camps and personal trainers, battle ropes are a dynamic, effective training tool. They are available in a variety of diameters and length, creating progressive levels of difficulty. Longer ropes ideal for pulling movements; thicker ropes are advantageous for developing power and grip strength. Battle Ropes are also great because their portability …

CJ Kostranchuk

CJ Kostranchuk

Sales Manager at ELIVATE Fitness, Level 1 CrossFit Coach and Founder/Co-Owner, Coach at The Bar Athletics

Long Term Athletic Development: Considerations Within Tennis – A Practical Approach, Part One

Long Term Athletic Development (LTAD) refers to an athletic progression in young people that improves their health, wellbeing and physical performance, reduces their risk of injury, and enhances their psycho-social development. This multifaceted, non-linear process requires coaches and sport scientists to be adaptable and to understand how children’s anatomy and physiology varies (Lloyd et al., 2016). Recent evidence regarding LTAD …

Jonathan Fraser

CTPS, MTPS Owner of Science in Tennis; Strength and Conditioning Coach, Claudio Pistolesi Enterprise

WebExercises of the Month – Preventing Football Injuries

Here are ‘exercises of the month’ with Elivate ambassador Mitch Hauschildt: Football injuries Part 1: shoulder  What are common football injuries and what are the best possible strategies to preventing them?    https://vimeo.com/231416101   The ‘Bretzel’ is a great exercise to improve thoracic mobility. https://vimeo.com/231420886   The ‘inverted row’ can help to improve shoulder and core stability.  https://vimeo.com/231420892     Mitch Hauschildt, MA, ATC, CSCS …

Mitch Hauschildt

Mitch Hauschildt

MA, ATC, CSCS

ELIVATE Workout of the Month – September 2017

This month’s workout is sponsored by BOSU Watch the video and then see the individual moves. https://wbcgp.wistia.com/medias/vvuo8au7xg?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=500 BOSU Workout 3 Rounds – 45 seconds of work/20 seconds of rest

CJ Kostranchuk

CJ Kostranchuk

Sales Manager at ELIVATE Fitness, Level 1 CrossFit Coach and Founder/Co-Owner, Coach at The Bar Athletics