Posture and You

Posture and You

And now, a guest article from OS Instructor, Sarah Young: “When we stop looking after our own posture, we are abandoning ourselves.” -Amy Cuddy Your posture is you. It expresses where you’ve been, where you are, and how you’ll move into the future. It’s how you show...
Put Your Workout on Hold

Put Your Workout on Hold

Many of us, when we train for strength, focus on moving and loading the movement. In the pursuit of strength and health, I’m all about focusing on good movement and I can certainly get behind loading good movement too. But this isn’t the only way to build strength. In...
Let Your Strength Out

Let Your Strength Out

Being strong makes life enjoyable. It just does. Whether it’s having the strength to walk to your own mailbox or it’s having the strength to help a neighbor carry a couch up three flights of stairs, strength is priceless because it allows us to move well in the ways...
Do You Know You?

Do You Know You?

Have you ever heard or read any stories about a pauper who did not know he was a prince, or a poor person who did not know they were wealthy, or maybe an ugly duck that did not know she was a swan?  I think maybe we are all familiar with stories like these, not...
Walk it Off

Walk it Off

When I was a sophomore in high school, during football practice, Patrick T threw a block into my knees and my right knee hyperextended. It hurt like a, well, it hurt. I yelled out in pain. It was the very first play of practice. I reember this because the head...
One Rule

One Rule

In Original Strength we talk a great deal about Pressing RESET on the ground. This is simply returning to the movements pre-programmed in our nervous system. These movements are mostly seen and known as the developmental sequence and they are immeasurably powerful...