Pete Holman, MS, PTPete Holman is a Physical Therapist, Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist & former US National TaeKwon-Do champion & team captain. His passion for health & fitness has stimulated a successful adjunct career as an inventor. Producing several products in the fitness industry, most notably the TRX Rip Trainer and the Nautilus Glute Drive, Pete has positively impacted fitness communities on all 7 continents. He has also just completed his first book; a fictional piece called CRUZ. Specializing in biomechanics, core performance and the aging athlete, Pete uses his experience as an elite level athlete and his unique knowledge of the human body, to bring out the “athlete” in us all. Pete is a top presenter at IDEA Fit, the largest provider of personal training continuing education in the world, as well as, an active contributor to PTontheNet, IDEA Fitness Journal, IronMan Magazine and STACK Magazine.
Review the anatomy and function of the glenohumeral and scapulothoracic joints and learn basic, low-risk exercises that are designed to improve rotator cuff strength, shoulder mobility and scapulohumeral rhythm.Read More
When you watch someone hit a golf ball, throw a punch or simply retrieve groceries from the car, it’s evident that human movement occurs in all three planes of motion. Did you know that 87.5% of our core muscles are oriented either diagonally or horizontally? One action that these muscles perform is rotation (Santana 2000). The diagonal muscle orientation is proof positive that the human body is designed to rotate.Read More
When you watch someone hit a golf ball, throw a punch or simply retrieve groceries from the car, it’s evident that human movement occurs in all three planes of motion. A review of basic core anatomy—major muscles attached to the trunk, above the ischial tuberosity and below the superior aspect of the sternum—reveals that 87.5% of the core muscles are oriented either diagonally or horizontally, and one action that these muscles perform is rotation (Santana 2000).Read More