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training for olympic lifting | The PTDC | clients fit for olympic lifting

Should Your Clients Be Doing the Olympic Lifts?

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Olympic lifts are more popular than ever, but when should we consider teaching our clients to perform them?

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warm up exercises | The PTDC | good use of time | stretching

Why You Should Probably Stop Stretching Your Clients

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Is stretching a waste of your clients’ time and money?

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scapular stabilization exercises | The PTDC | stability and mobility exercises

Improve Scapular Stabilization For Your Clients With This Simple Exercise

Posted on by Hayden Perno

Scapular stability is important for the bench press, but not everyone knows “keep your shoulders down.” Help your clients understand what that means with this drill.

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