Here are some of my favorite sites
Here are some of the sites I commonly visit with tons of great information for both trainers and enthusiasts.
Our Youtube Page Check out a wide variety of training and demo videos, more will continually be added
www.moxieperform.com Our combined site with our partners Miller Sports & Wellness Chiropractic and Hands On Inc.
www.Elitefts.com One of the best training sites out there with tons of great articles and every piece of equipment you will ever need
www.t-nation.com Tons of great articles and information on training and nutrition
www.robertsontrainingsystems.com One of the smartest men I have ever worked with.
www.billhartman.net Another one of the smartest men I have ever worked with
www.ericcressey.com Plenty of training info, especially on working with baseball players
www.NSCA-Lift.org Site of the National Strength and Conditioning Association
www.uwlax.edu/strengthcenter Loads of exercise videos for all different applications
www.Westside-Barbell.com Tons of great info on how to get strong, explosive, and powerful
www.exercisesforinjuries.com Rick Kaselj's site full of information on working with injured clients and muscle imbalances among tons of other things
www.activerelease.com Official website of one of the most effective soft tissue treatment programs in existence
www.Defrancostraining.com Loads of information on great ways to effectively train athletes
www.TonyGentilcore.com Lots of great blog content
www.backfitpro.com THE back and spine expert, Stuart McGill
www.verkhoshansky.com A legend in the strength and conditioning game
www.rosencutterultrafitness.getprograde.com Purchase pharmaceutical grade nutrition products
www.optimumsportsperformance.com Patrick Ward's site. Great strength coach and massage therapist.
www.chasekarnes.com Friend and colleague, great up and coming coach and trainer
www.millerswc.com Great chiropractor and A.R.T. practitioner in the Milwaukee area (one part of moxie)
www.westonaprice.org Tons of great nutritional information, TRUE nutritional information
www.neurokinetictherapy.com Lots of amazing info from David Weinstock about treating muscle imbalances