Patience with Progression

It’s important to become proficient performing basic movement patterns (squat, hinge, push, pull etc.)  before progressing to more advanced variations. This is a lengthy process that requires hours of practice – repeating the same exercises over and over again. 

Thinking of movement as a skill will make this process more enjoyable and lead to more sustained progress. Jumping into advanced exercises without spending time with the basics won’t get us very far – and it could potentially lead to injury. 

Trust the basics, they work. Practice them with intent. Trying to perform them perfectly should keep you busy for a while.

Taylor Reuillard

@tailored_strength

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