Exercise Videos!!!

Filed under: General Health, Training

OK, so I get a lot of questions from friends/family/random people on the internet about proper exercise execution. It can be tricky. You walk into any commercial gym setting and you will see just loads of atrocious form, rounded spines, and just general tomfoolery. Well fortunately for all of you brilliant enough to read my website, we have a solution. Kevin Larrabee, Tony Gentilcore and I have put together a rather large database of most of the main movements that people have trouble with. These videos were shot in HD at 60 frames per second (this was apparently really important to Kevin, he mentioned that damn camera of his being 60 frames per second every day we filmed). We think they came out pretty awesome. If you are interested in checking out more, look HERE.

For a quick example, here is me doing a beautiful barbell deadlift. This is one I commonly see done poorly (if being done at all!).

Subscribe to us on YouTube. We will periodically add more as we find the time to film them. Enjoy.

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Posted on February 6th, 2009 by Brian St. Pierre

3 Comments

  1. Tim Dallinger Says:

    Brian,

    The title and exercise description blocks the view of part of the lift. Specifically, ankle mobility/flexibity isn’t visible in the front squat to box and deadlift variations. These are small details but important to the mechanics of the lifts.

  2. Brian St. Pierre Says:

    Yeah, there is a little more work that needs to be done, but all in all we are pretty happy about the finished product.

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