Press RESET with Original Strength!

We have some awesome writers and athletes who contribute to Garage Gym Life. But we admit that we don’t know everything. So we scour the web to find the best articles from yesterday and today (we’d get them from the future as well but our DeLorean is in the shop) and bring you the links here.

Garage Gym Life is all about independence and freedom.  That means, among other things,

nodding and rocking are key components of relearning how to move

nodding and rocking are key components of relearning how to move

that we’re always looking for the best bang for our buck and one cool way to maximize gym time plus improve movement quality and performance is the Original Strength Press RESET movement restoration system. It teaches you to move the way you first learned when you were a baby.  Today’s cool post comes from their website and talks about the surprising ways that crawling, head nods and rocking can improve your squat, deadlift and pressing movements if you take fitness into your own hands.  Follow the link to start learning about how to become your own lab.

Source: Be Your Own “Lab”

About the author

John Greaves III is a writer based in North Georgia with nearly two decades of experience in training at home. A former amateur kickboxing champion, John now competes recreationally in powerlifting. He takes a physical culture approach to training; believing that strength and health need not be mutually exclusive. In addition to his nonfiction work, John has written two fiction books, A Different Kind of Giant and A Little Lesson in Manners that are available on