Posted by Hans Lindgren DC on 10 November 2011 | 2 Comments
There is a vast amount of confusion regarding some of the most frequently used phrases and concepts in the fitness industry. There is a complete lack of universally accepted definitions regarding what constitutes the core as well as proper descriptions of core-stabilization and core-strength. the full post

Try to make it harder

Posted by Hans Lindgren DC on 21 October 2011 | 0 Comments
The best advice I can give to anyone who wishes to take their training to the next level is to start making the training as hard as possible. It is far too common to see gym-goers standing around doing absolutely nothing else other than talking to friends or doing some strange exercises with minimal weights. Sometimes it is a difficult task even trying to figure out what they are training. the full post

A new exciting group is emerging

Posted by Hans Lindgren DC on 15 September 2011 | 1 Comments
Most professions are steadily evolving as a result of new discoveries, research and internal and external demands. The health and fitness industry is definitively no exception, rather the opposite. Not only do the entire health professions change, but new groups are also developing within the different disciplines based on personal interest, exposure to new ideas, and personal experiences. the full post

Busting the core myths … again!

Posted by By Hans Lindgren DC on 5 August 2011 | 0 Comments
Over the last decade we have been inundated with different methods of strengthening the core, and not long after has there often been others describing them as ineffective and have been calling it “busting the myths about the core”. the full post

Boot-Camp Lecture

Posted by By Hans Lindgren DC on 23 July 2011 | 0 Comments
We held a lecture for a group of personal trainer/boot camp members at Good-Life Alexandra Hills today. It was a great group to work with since most of them were experienced trainers and were keen to learn new things. the full post