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If your client has low back pain have you considered a health problem?

education health pain Jan 06, 2018

I can’t even tell you how many cases of chronic lower back pain we’ve seen with absolutely no injury event to go with it.

When your lower back hurts for no obvious reason there is an underlying health problem causing it. It’s never strictly a back problem.

The unfortunate issue...

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Drastically improve skills as a movement expert by targeting inputs

education health pain Jan 03, 2018

If you are a well practiced personal trainer, coach or therapist it’s likely that you are a proprioception expert! Meaning, you teach people how to move more efficiently!

Movement is an example of an “output.” So you could say that squats, lunges, pull ups or any exercise for...

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Consider creating external targets to improve client performance

education health Dec 29, 2017

Ready!? Basic Neurology 101 - the nervous system does 3 things!

  1. Receives information.
  2. Interprets and decides what to do about it.
  3. Creates a motor output based on it.

The different sensory systems that our brain uses to interpret the world act like satellites that relay information back to the...

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If you are chronically tight you might have a breathing problem

Sitting here working on our next big project - A beginners guide to improving your breathing! Coming in Jan 2018

Do you feel tight all of the time? Regardless of how active you are? Here’s the thing... Exercise and training should never result in more tightness. If it does, it’s...

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Our Christmas morning workout in the snow

Christmas clubs from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.


A little movement today in a winter wonderland. 

Merry Christmas. 


About the Author:

Taylor Kruse, recently featured in Men's Health, is dedicated to empowering you with the truth and tools for improved health and performance.

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Let's Start 2018 with a Motivational Mindset

It is that time of year when we all reflect on our successes and our failures - weighing the two on a scale that teeter totters between good and bad. 

Before we get caught up in that mindset, I challenge you to get off the scale and instead, make a list of all of your successes. What worked...

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Why do we love the infinity walk as a high performance drill?


We are so pumped for you to try The Infinity Walk! We have seen it eliminate people’s pain and instantly improve their performance. If you’re tired of handing your client a weight and turning a blind eye every time they lose their balance you’ve got to try this!

Be sure to...

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Our man Corey showing us how The Infinity Walk improves performance


Our main man Corey! Back when we were teaching him how to jump rope. Corey was originally coming from a place where he was not able to safely jump or land.

You might recognize the exercise used here. It’s The Infinity Walk!

In the video we used the power of The Infinity Walk to improve...

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Is yoga helping or hurting you? How do you know? PART 2!


We’ve been talking about Interoception and how yoga is generally an interoceptive activity.

Quick refresher!

What is Interoception?

Our awareness of our internal homeostatic processes. (See part 1)

Guess what body parts are associated with Interoception?

  • Vagus nerve
  • Diaphragm
  • Pelvic...
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Is yoga helping or hurting you? How do you know?

I have a lot of respect for the Yoga community. They have contributed an enormous amount of education to the fitness industry. Especially in regards to the importance of breathing and self awareness.

Is yoga good for you? The answer is-it depends! The same answer I give when I’m asked about...

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Practice FIVE Neuro-Performance Drills

Learn why respiration, vision, vestibular, and complex movement integrations are essential tools for every coach!