This page contains some of Dr. Seedman's most groundbreaking research that's only available on his official AHP website. Be sure to check out this page regularly for new and exciting exclusive articles from Dr. Seedman.
Most lifters typically apply accommodating resistance (bands and chains) to the big three lifts such as squats, bench press, and deadlifts. However this technique is also incredibly effective when applied to the overhead press .
The foam roller is one of my favorite tools not necessarily for soft tissue work but for teaching proper lifting mechanics on a variety of movements particularly chest presses, pullovers, and chest fly variations. There are numerous benefits
To many lifters this may sounds like iron game heresy but there are actually 10 benefits for incorporating accommodating resistance in the form of reverse bands (band assistance) on Olympic lifts such as clean and snatch variations.
The head-off chest press has become one of my favorite protocols for improving horizontal pressing mechanics. It may look unusual however the benefits it provides to your bench press mechanics, shoulder health, and chest growth are significant.
When it comes to building massive pectorals it’s tough to beat the basics such as barbell presses, dumbbell presses, weighted pushups, dips and chest flyes. Unfortunately none of these variations fully maximize the functions of the pectoral muscle fibers. (Read More)
Mastering the single leg hip hinge is pivotal for maximizing athletic performance, muscle function, and movement mechanics. Unfortunately, it’s one of the most butchered movement patterns with many trainers, athletes and coaches performing it wrong. (Read More →)
Most individuals underestimate the importance of lower body positioning during pullups and chin-ups. See why the dorsiflexion and knee flexion loading exercises have 10 key benefits that will ensure hypertrophy, body mechanics, and strength are maximized. (Read More →)
The lunge or split squat has been one of the most popular lower body exercises for decades. The problem? Most people, including many "expert trainers," do them improperly, negating the benefits. Here are 22 cues you’ll need to master your lunge. (Read More →)
Dr. Seedman discusses how to use bottoms-up exercises to improve shoulder health and lifting mechanics. Bottoms-up movements re-educate your nervous system and teach you to use correct biomechanics. (Read More →)
For upper back strength and size, nothing beats rowing exercises. Sadly, most lifters do them improperly. Here are 10 unique rowing variations that not only crush your back (in a good way), but also eliminate form issues by forcing you to use proper mechanics. (Read More →)
In this exclusive article, Dr. Seedman discusses his groundbreaking research on eccentric isometrics. If you're looking to maximize athletic performance, strength, hypertrophy, mobility, stability, speed, and overall muscle function nothing is more effective than eccentric isometrics. (Read More →)
In Part II of his groundbreaking research on eccentric isometrics, Dr. Seedman dives even deeper by exploring movement patterns, exercises, and key benefits of implementing eccentric isometrics into your training protocols. (Read More →)
The kettlebell swap improves athletes' hip function, foot and ankle strength, balance, stability, and mobility. Learn the neuromuscular benefits as well as 8 variations and modifications you can begin using today. (Read More →)
The Bird Dog exercise is a highly effective movement for reinforcing proper spinal alignment and core recruitment. In this detailed article, Dr. Seedman teaches the proper technique, highlights key benefits, and illustrates 8 challenging variations. (Read More →)