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Author: Dr. Aaron Horschig

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The ultimate guide to decreasing pain, optimizing athletic performance & finding your true strength by Dr. Aaron Horschig.
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Core Stability VS Strength

Core Stability VS Strength

2019-05-1900:13:47

In episode 60, Dr. Aaron Horschig breaks down the discussion: core strength or stability...which is way for a strength athlete to train this area of the body?!  Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/squat-university/message
In episode 59, Dr. Kelly Starrett of MobilityWOD stops by to talk all things social media, trends in physical therapy & coaching and why he chose the squat for Ep 1 of his famous YouTube series.  Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/squat-university/message
In episode 58, 2x olympian Chad Vaughn joins the show and discusses his top 5 tips for improving your clean & jerk technique. In part 1 of this series, Aaron & Chad  break down how you can perfect the clean portion of the lift.  Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/squat-university/message
In episode 57, Dr. Aaron Horschig discusses whether or not you need to work on improving shoulder internal rotation mobility, and what research shows is the most efficient ways to go about it!   Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/squat-university/message
In episode 56, powerlifting world champion Blaine Sumner stops by to talk everything from training, recovering from injuries and nutrition. Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/squat-university/message
In episode 55, Dr. Start McGill stops by to share the research and his experience with "gluteal amnesia." We also dive into whether or not tight hamstrings cause back pain and how you should read research.   Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/squat-university/message
In episode 48, Dr. Stuart McGill (the foremost authority in the world in low back mechanics and injury) stops by for his 2nd time on the podcast to discuss whether back round is acceptable during deadlifts, rehabilitation from low back injury and more!  Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/squat-university/message
In episode 54, Dr. Aaron Horschig talks all things banded joint mobilizations: what they aim to do, the research behind them and if you should be including them in your warm up!  Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/squat-university/message
Thoracic Spine Mobility

Thoracic Spine Mobility

2019-03-1700:14:331

In episode 53, Dr. Aaron Horschig discusses the foundation for why thoracic spine mobility is needed when lifting, how to screen for limitations and a few common ways to improve stiffness you may find! To learn more about improving thoracic spine mobility, check out this blog article: https://squatuniversity.com/2018/08/25/how-to-improve-thoracic-spine-mobility/ Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/squat-university/message
In episode 52, Eric Helms drops by to talk about the science of WHY sticking points occur during lifting and what research has to say about the best ways to bust through them!  Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/squat-university/message
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Simon Paketama

perfect listen thanks mate

Jan 29th
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Curtis Mathews

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Dec 18th
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Dec 18th
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Dec 18th
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Justin Judkins

Thanks for the info! Wondering if you could help with a suggestion of where I might be on the continuum.. I've been squatting ATG for over a year with no pain. About 4 weeks ago I started playing sand volleyball, and I started developing some quad tendon pain. It has only been lingering, not sever enough to stop playing or squatting, but this morning was the first time I had to stop squatting due to the pain. Thanks again for all your help!

Nov 19th
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Matt M

Absolutely brilliant! 👌🏽

Oct 30th
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Harley Baldwin

I'm 56 and only started lifting in a "serious" manner at age 52! While I've always been athletic and lead an active lifestyle lifting weights with purpose and concentration has lead to me feeling stronger physically and clearer mentally. At my age I want to continue to progress, with an emphasis on perfect form rather than the amount of weight on the bar.

Oct 22nd
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Matt M

Fantastic podcast! I found terminal knee extensions to be really helpful with rehabilitation for my tendon pain. I think Kabuki have a free video up on YouTube for anyone interested 👍🏼

Jul 4th
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Glenn Flockhart

great podcast that goes well with the instagram posts.

Apr 21st
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