Month: July 2012

Here’s a link to the latest blog on the W10 Performance website outlining the basics of movement prep and the benefits of going through what is probably the most overlooked part of training. Boring maybe, but essential.  Take it from someone who’s neglected it previously and paid the price in terms of joint health and […]

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Any personal trainer worth hiring will have eye on corrective exercise to some degree.  Those who do not are behind the curve ball or are happy charging a slightly lower hourly rate in a straight return for a simple ‘working out’.  Fair enough. But assuming that ‘corrective exercise’ is part of our remit as personal […]

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Charles Poliquin’s Biosignature Modulation certification is a good one (I’ve repeated it and all the trainers at W10 have done it at least once) but the information is only is good as it’s application. For those not familiar with Biosignature Modulation you can find more details here.  In broad terms its hormonal profiling without blood […]

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