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Stop Haphazardly Doing Mobility Work

In Rehab by Michael Mash

The push for mobility work in the fitness and rehabilitation world today is strong. From people who are relentless searching for more mobility, to those who utilize them “just because …

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Strength Training is Prehab

In Rehab, Training by Michael Mash

Recently, there has been a push in both the fitness and rehabilitative communities for “prehab,” but what does this REALLY mean? According to EXOS: “Prehab is a proactive approach to …

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Stop Fearing Spinal Flexion

In Deadlift, Rehab by Michael Mash

The hip hinge is one of the most beneficial movement patterns any lifter should master. It enables one to safely and efficiently lift heavy loads off of the ground. However, …

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Top 5 Squat Mobility Drills

In Rehab, Squat by Michael Mash

People frequently say they are not “mobile” enough to squat to depth. As a result, they stop squatting and begin haphazardly and inefficiently focusing on mobility work. Here’s the truth. …

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How to Squat Without Knee Pain

In Rehab, Squat by Michael Mash

Knee pain during squats is a very common complaint of many lifters, leading many to stop this exercise all together. Fortunately, by optimizing form, many can overcome this barrier and …

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Load the Squat to Increase Mobility

In Squat by Michael Mash

We’ve all heard it: “Don’t add strength to dysfunction.” While this is a very important concept, it can be taken too far. Do we REALLY need to wait until someone …