In this article we give an overview of uniaxial joints, examples of uniaxial joints and explain their function. We also give some sporting and exercise examples of how this contribute to movement.
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Multiaxial Joints Explained
In this article we give an overview of multiaxial joints, examples of multiaxial joints and explain their function. We also give some sporting and exercise examples of how this contribute to movement.
Biaxial Joints Explained
In this article we give an overview of biaxial joints, examples of biaxial joints and explain their function. We also give some sporting and exercise examples of how this contribute to movement.
Types of joints in the Human Body: Named & Explained
Did you know we have different types of joints in our body? Each joint has a specific name and function. In this article, we’ll explore the different types of joints, what they do, where they are and give examples of each one. What is a joint? A joint is a point of connection between two … Read more
Split Squat Vs Lunge – Pros, Cons & The best Option For You
The split squat and lunge are both popular assistance exercises for lower body strength and size. But how are they actually different? And which option is right for YOU? In this split squat vs lunge article that’s exactly what we’ll be covering. Split Squat Vs Lunge The main difference between split squat and lunges are … Read more
Trap Bar Deadlift Vs Squat – A Scientific Guide
The trap bar (or hex bar) deadlift and squat are both exercises that can be used to build lower body strength. But which one is better for you? In this article, we’ll take a look at both exercises, which muscles they work, and considerations for each, so you can decide which one is best for you.
Hack Squat vs Leg Press – Optimise Your Training
The main difference between hack squats and leg press is the set-up. Hack squats have you stood about 30 degrees beyond upright with the load placed across your shoulders, whereas leg presses have you seated, with the load supported by your legs at around a 45 degree angle. This creates some unique differences in training stimulus.
Chin Ups Vs Pull Ups – A Scientific Guide
The main difference between chin ups and pull ups is the grip you take. With chin-ups you take an underhand grip (palms facing towards you) whilst with pull ups you take an overhead grip (palms facing away from you)
How To Optimise Your Leg Press – A Guide For Athletes
The leg press allows you to really target your quads whilst reducing axial loading and improving stability. It might not have the best direct transfer to sports performance, but it’s a great exercise for hypertrophy.
Whole & Part Practice: Answer For Coaches & Athletes
The way you train can play a key role in how quickly you learn a skill. Here we explain whole and part practice, before diving into what the research says about the best methods to use in order to optimise your skill development.