A training tip from ClinicalAthlete Provider Dr. Jacob Harden, DC of Performance Sport Chiropractic in Lake Mary, FL: "We all know core stability plays a vital roll in our lifts. Modern day fitness programs heavily bias bilateral movements (squats, deadlifts, etc.), so we tend to be able to build stability for those.

A training tip from ClinicalAthlete Provider Dr. Matthew DiLallo, DC of Performance and Wellness Chiropractic in Palm Beach Gardens, FL: "Sled rows are a great movement that are great for increasing one's General Physical Preparedness(GPP) and teaching the importance of trunk stiffness in power development, strength building, and most importantly movement under load.

A movement & mobility tip from ClinicalAthlete Provider Josh James of MSC Performance in the United Kingdom: "Looking to improve shoulder stability and strength? Try the kettlebell arm bar!"

A training tip from ClinicalAthlete Provider Dr. Clinton Lee of Clinton Lee Physical Therapy in New York City: "The Kettlebell press + windmill is one Method to build shoulder strength and stability for the top arm while simultaneously working on core strength and trunk mobility.

A movement tip from ClinicalAthlete Provider Dr. Matt Wiest, DC of Finishline Wellness in Savage, MN: "Shoulder saw in elbow plank to modified pike: A pretty good burner to mix into your core circuits. The best athletes are those who can maximize hip and thoracic controlled movement by building a strong stable core to work off of."

Glute Bridges! If you have an athlete who lacks hip extension and tends to over extend through the lower back during regular supine bridges with feet flat on the floor, then try this variation. It will give them more range of motion to work with while staying neutral. Sets of 5.

A training tip from ClinicalAthlete Provider Dr. Matthew DiLallo of Performance and Wellness Chiropractic in Palm Beach Gardens, FL: "Glute Ham Raises are one of the best ways to strengthen and train the posterior chain. There is very little spinal load which means less shearing forces in the low back.

A training tip from ClinicalAthlete Provider Dr. Quinn Henoch, PT of Juggernaut Training Systems in Orange County, CA: "Accessory posterior chain work should involve some eccentric training. RDLs are a great choice. So are GHD Curls - shown here. I inhale fully at the bottom, and exhale forcefully coming up, in order to maintain core tension.

A mobility tip from ClinicalAthlete Provider Dr. David Newton, DC of Active Performance Chiropractic in Broomfield, CO: "Anti rotation core stability: This exercise is a hybrid deadbug/Pallof press exercise. This athlete is working on recovering from a disc injury and has progressed well thus far."

A movement & mobility tip from ClinicalAthlete Provider Dr. Eric Lagoy, PT of Performance Physical Therapy in Hamden, CT: "This athlete has a history of low back pain associated with playing competitive volleyball. His overhead mobility is not great, as well as a fundamental stability/motor control dysfunction in his lumbar spine with forward bend.

A movement & mobility tip from ClinicalAthlete Provider Josh James of MSC Performance in the United Kingdom: "Hit up some Goblet Half Y for lower trap recruitment. Improve your scapular stability with this exercise and see your Jerk, snatch, and overhead movement improve.