Dr. Lock’s approach in Injury Prevention for Powerlifters

By Gus Cooke / December 7, 2017 /

This is a mini-workshop Andrew Lock did for our team on injury prevention for powerlifting when we were in preparation for GPC Nationals. This is a great template to use for a powerlifter to manage all our common injuries and niggles related to shoulders and backs. Below the video and under that is the breakdown…

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The Role of Lats in Bench Press Shoulder Rehab

By Andrew Lock / August 15, 2017 /

I am well known for my spinal rehab work and teaching, but in fact I began my professional career as a part of one of the world’s leading Shoulder Specialist groups. I played baseball as my major sport even representing Australia in the World Youth Series (we took Bronze). When I left High School I…

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To Stretch or Not To Stretch – That Is The Question (which I’m about to answer)

By Annie Short / December 22, 2015 /

This blog is about to revolutionise your warmups. You’ve read it in magazines, heard it by physios, been informed the benefits of it by PT’s and certainly felt the guilt of not doing it… I’m talking about stretching before you train. But should you really be lengthening muscles before you powerlift?

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