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  • A New Look at Hip Pain

    Your body didn’t come off an automobile assembly line. Human bodies frequently have subtle differences in anatomy—anomalies, they’re called.

    Joseph M. Horrigan, D.C.November 14, 2009
  • Kneecap Pain and Squat Depth

    The squat has received much praise and much criticism over the past 50 years. Leaders in the iron game, including Peary...

    Joseph M. Horrigan, D.C.October 27, 2009
  • Wrist Curl Technique

    Arm strength, including forearm strength, has been admired in a multitude of civilizations for thousands of years. It was vital in...

    Joseph M. Horrigan, D.C.October 3, 2009
  • Getting Back Up Again

    Pro bodybuilder Branch Warren once said something to me that stuck: “It’s not about how many times you get knocked down....

    Ron HarrisSeptember 24, 2009
  • Your Cuffs

    By all means, perform exercises to strengthen your rotator cuffs, but stick with light resistance, a weight that’s not challenging at...

    Ron HarrisAugust 28, 2009
  • What About Workout Planning?

    We’ve all encountered plateaus in training. Our training partners and friends grumble and complain that their bench press hasn’t changed in...

    Joseph M. Horrigan, D.C.August 4, 2009
  • Aging, Injuries and Heavy Training

    When you do flat-bench or even incline barbell presses, you have a psychological block. For years you’ve struggled with them, and...

    Paul BurkeJuly 29, 2009
  • Cardio, Splits and Bodypart Hits

    Q: I purchased your book and must say that it’s one of the best I have read. I have a few...

    John HansenJuly 11, 2009
  • The Ultimate Muscle-Size Workout

    To maintain the drive to train, you have to strive for the type of physique that appeals to you. To be...

    Steve HolmanJuly 8, 2009
  • Tapering

    The training load can be manipulated through a number of variables, including intensity, volume, frequency and the duration. The most important...

    Jacob M. Wilson CSCS and Gabriel J. Wilson MS CSCSMay 30, 2009
  • Observations at the Gym

    Effort, passion and focus are required, but they must be properly applied.

    Stuart McRobertMay 24, 2009
  • Posture Muscles and Rotator Cuff Muscles

    Two points are key in improving posture to reduce the stress on the ball and socket joint of the shoulder.

    Joseph M. Horrigan, D.C.May 18, 2009
  • Beware of Common Movements

    “I just turned toward the water fountain and—Bam!”

    Ron HarrisMay 12, 2009
  • Sore Subject

    Muscle soreness doesn’t have to be a badge of honor that athletes must always endure. If you train properly and use...

    Charles PoliquinMay 6, 2009
  • Seated Cable Rows and Lower-Back Pain

    It sounds like a good exercise. So what’s the problem with it? The very thing that makes the seated cable row...

    Joseph M. Horrigan, D.C.April 27, 2009