Ancestral Health Symposium 2011 Presentation

In all the posting I've done about yoked shins and motor learning, I failed to post the presentation that Keith and I had gone to California to perform live and uncut! We didn't really practice, unless you call EE TV practice. In spite of this I think it went off well and we received great … Continue reading Ancestral Health Symposium 2011 Presentation


Product Review: Tibia Dorsi Machine

It is often stated in strength training: get good at the big movements and you won't have to worry so much about the small movements. This is due to the indirect effect of strength training: doing a barbell squat takes strong abs, arms, back, stomach...oh, and strong legs too! This is also why you might … Continue reading Product Review: Tibia Dorsi Machine

Motor Learning and Exercise Physiology

So this semester I'm taking 2 courses to fulfill my leveling requirements for entrance into my M.S. program. While I find motor learning and exercise physiology terribly fascinating, I'm even more fascinated by the the fact that so few trainers and fitness enthusiasts have anything beyond a mere clue when it comes to these subjects. … Continue reading Motor Learning and Exercise Physiology