Do genetics affect how you squat?

Do genetics affect how you squat?

 Struggling to hit squat depth? This may not be due to ‘tight’ hips, but rather anatomical variations in hip structure. There is a common misconception that there is a ‘perfect’ squat technique, however, for some people this ‘technique’ is structurally unattainable....

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Shoulder Taps

Shoulder Taps

 ​What are they? Shoulder taps are a functional progression of the front plank. To perform this exercise, you’ll start in a high plank position (up on your hands, with a straight line from your head to your shoulders to your hips to your toes). From here, the focus is...

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Myth Busting: ‘My Hip Flexors are SO tight!’

Myth Busting: ‘My Hip Flexors are SO tight!’

 ​Time and time again in the clinic, I hear people complain of tight hip flexors. Usually the result of a well-meaning comment from a trainer, masseuse or coach - and commonly blamed for anterior hip pain. First things first, let’s talk about the ‘hip flexor’ and get...

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