Physical Fitness for Vocalists and Athletes Post-Surgery

Just because vocalists don’t hold an instrument doesn’t mean they don’t have specific muscle imbalances that can hinder their musical careers.  Meet Liz, a vocal coach and voice trainer here in Nashville who utilized our services to improve her posture, body awareness and freedom of movement to release tension in her neck, upper back and hips and can sing better than ever before! Susan is a Continue Reading →

Sleeping Booty: Anterior Pelvic Tilt and Sleeping Butt Syndrome Part 2

What Can Be Done? This is, by no means, the definitive work and end-all be-all answer to this question.  I am not a doctor, a therapist or other medical practitioner and EACH situation is different.  Therefore, understand that these are suggestions, to be used in conjunction with possible other training modalities and may be contraindicated by your specific issue, so check with your doctor first if Continue Reading →

How to Squat – From Diesel Strength

Diesel Strength and Conditioning | Athletic Strength Training. This is a comprehensive (read: long and highly detailed) post on HOW to squat. It’s amazing that something so incredibly simple, something we did as 2-year olds without a second thought has become so incredibly difficult for us.  Unless your daily job has you squatting (like lots of people who are not in a cubicle-based-computer-obsessed societies do), we Continue Reading →

Strength training counteracts muscular atrophy in old age « Human Kinetics Sport, Health & Fitness Blog

Strength training counteracts muscular atrophy in old age « Human Kinetics Sport, Health & Fitness Blog. Good news! Another study has proven the positive results of strength training in older/elderly adults.  You are never to old to exercise! If you would like to read the entire study, you may do so here. Some interesting things to note from the study: Effects of strength (resistance) training in Continue Reading →

Exercise: It’s Not A Cure-All

I am passionate about fitness, about exercise and most of all about strength training. I believe in the power of strength training, the benefits it provides and the help it can offer to people. I have seen with my own eyes the empowerment it can give people, how it can change minds, change attitudes, outlooks and even lives. That beings said, even with all its benefits Continue Reading →