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The term squat butt wink refers to an athlete’s low back rounding as they reach the bottom position of their squat. Often, this is considered a movement fault as some low back injuries can occur when the low back rounds under heavy loads. If you are dealing...

There are several fantastic fitness apps for your phone or tablet that can make your fitness journey (or that of your athletes) better. Over the past few years, I’ve used the following apps and highly recommend each of them. Important note: I’m a Mac user and...

Hip impingement can be a problematic condition for individuals. It often limits their ability to participate in their sports and get activities of daily living done. At Onward Charlotte physical therapy, we treat a lot of individuals dealing with hip impingement pain. Also known as...

With over 5 years of content, 133 articles, 30+ programs, and more I’ve recently realized how difficult it is for athletes, coaches and clinicians to find content on The Barbell Physio website. We will let this page serve as our welcome hub outlining everything you...

In the musculoskeletal rehab, we've made huge strides understanding the importance of improving the strength of patients returning from an injury. But often we're faced with the challenge of getting the right strength equipment in place. I'd love for every physical therapy, chiropractic, and athletic...

If you’ve had an episode of intense low back pain, you know how scary dealing with that can be. Quite often, athletes are given poor advice when it comes to rehabbing their back. This leads to them feeling fragile and scared to return to the...

If you want to maximize your performance with handstand pushups, walking, and other variations, it is crucial that you have great handstand mobility to get into optimal positions. Many athletes lack the necessary mobility, and as a result, their performance is hindered. Here's what you can...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SMjGP1LEmw Originally posted on OnwardCharlotte.com VIDEO TRANSCRIPT OF SIT SQUATS: Today, I'm going to talk about the one squat variation that you should have all of your clients do, and that is the sit squat, which is a relatively simple looking squat variation, but it really works individuals...

Before discussing hamstring flexibility, we need to talk about testing hamstring flexibility. Many athletes believe their hamstrings are tight. But, often they have all the hamstring flexibility they need to perform normal activities of daily living and sporting activities. Outside of activities like yoga, Pilates, gymnastics,...