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DIAKADI DIY Tips Series: Episode 9
Author: Billy Polson
Your legs and pelvis, along with your spine, are the foundation for supporting your body and controlling your movement. Keeping them strong and functionally mobile will help with injury prevention, as well as …
1. In a paragraph or two, what is your philosophy on training?
My philosophy on training is very simple, “less is more”. And, as simple as this statement is, the application of it becomes complicated because our ego-mind likes to …
“Moving well is well, moving well. It’s about movements and positions, not exercise,” says Dr. Kelly Starrett. When taking up a sport that requires strength, balance, and muscular endurance, solid technique is a must have for sustainability and injury prevention. In …
DIAKADI DIY Tips Series: Episode 8
Author: Billy Polson
Many of us want to strengthen our lower abdominals and most of us NEED to strengthen our lower abdominals, but frequently gym goers are performing incorrect movements and exercises to remedy this situation.
In this segment of DIAKADI’s DIY Tips Series, Fitness Performance Coach Billy Polson explains the anatomy and structure of our abdominals and teaches the correct movements for strengthening these muscles while avoiding the error of building greater muscle imbalances in your body.
Swim Clinics with Olympian Allison Wagner are available to adults interested in improving their swimming ability. Swimming is a great form of exercise and a sport that you can continue to include in your fitness regime into old age. Clinics …
Since 2001, Analisa Naldi has been coaching on how to move safely, efficiently and with strength. Her students include an array of competitive and recreational athletes, ranging in age and experience from youth, high school and collegiate, to fast-paced executives and weekend warriors. Analisa brings a background that includes strength training, sport specific training, Kettlebell instruction (Strong First Certified), Olympic Weightlifting, youth program design/physical education, Balanced Body Pilates Reformer, and Vinyasa/Forrest Yoga.