Chris Mullins is an integrative strength coach and in this episode he discusses novel training and why it is important to include in your strength training program.
Chris Mullins is an integrative strength and conditioning coach based in Boston. In this episode Chris and Jon go over 5 tips to help ensure progress towards your training and health goals. Topics discussed include: Favorite training shoes Goal setting, realistic goals and process goals Setting the right expectations What do you enjoy doing? Set... Continue Reading →
Chris Mullins is a Boston based strength and conditioning coach. Chris joins Jon on the podcast to discuss the knees and everything that goes with this awesome joint. The guys go over the following talking points: What makes up the knee Joint mechanics Compensatory mechanics The influence of the pelvis on the knee The influence... Continue Reading →
Conditioning in the mainstream has morphed into an idea of high intensity effort until your energy supply empties out and you are sprawled out on the ground with nothing left in the tank. If every conditioning session goes like this then you need to adjust. Conditioning is a skill and something you should measure... Continue Reading →
Fitness myths are the topic up for discussion in episode eighteen. Jonathan welcomes Alex Tanskey and Chris Mullins back on the show to discuss some common fitness myths that they have come across in their coaching experience. The topics discussed in this episode include: Does lifting weights make you bulky? Is running the best fat... Continue Reading →
In episode five of "The Pillars of Health" strength coaches Jon Carroll and Chris Mullins discuss their top five take aways from a recent continuing education trip to the 2017 Physical Preparation Summit in Indianapolis. Some of the topics discussed in this episode include why accessory exercises are beneficial and which ones you should be... Continue Reading →
In episode two of "The Pillars of Health" Jonathan sits down with Alex Tanskey and Chris Mullins to discuss how correct management of exercise can lead to a routine of sustainability, consistency and what we like to call "training for life" at The Movement Lab. Setting goals can be a daunting task when it comes... Continue Reading →
discuss stress and how to go about managing it. Over the course of the podcast the guys go into what factors cause stress in our lives, how to combat stress through different modalities of training and also how to measure stress. Hope you guys enjoy!
On Saturday July 25th the Training Room staff will host a symposium at TR2 in Somerville. The topics to be discussed are as follows. "Building a Stronger Runner" - Chris The TGU: Benefits & Breakdown - Derek Train Like an Athlete - Jonathan Defeat & Dominate your Deadlift - Alex Sign-up is open... Continue Reading →