C. A. M. Sports Performance Training


Pallof Press (Single Arm) Dead Bug Dead or dying insects assume very familiar poses: lying on their back, legs sticking up in the air; however, it is not in one (or the same) sequence. This telltale position is actually a symptom of an ailing bug’s decreased coordination and failing nervous system; many would say it is a lack of blood flow along with other factors. Either way the bug is about to… Read More

Dead Bug Pallof Press 2.0 Cable Tight Rotation Over the last couple of weeks, I have been posting videos on specific Dead Bug variations I like to add into my program for variability; especially when I have successfully mastered one exercise, in such cases as the standard Dead Bug progression. There are great exercises out there (sexy some might call them), where every professional and athlete have exercises and programs in the… Read More


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