As a coach and trainer it is important to get reliable data that you can use to help progress your athletes and clients. An important aspect of training is body composition and a reduction in body fat percentage for many sports while lean muscle mass increases. While several methods exist for this, there is a great degree of variation and accuracy in the results. One of the best methods available is DEXA scan as it gives a host of information that can be used to form good baseline measurements to plan training from.
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Many people new to weightlifting find the front squat hard work. The bar chokes them and the elbows are difficult to get high causing the wrists to become painful. For most people a quick fix will be to address shoulder range and lat tightness. These simple movements can be greatly improved in just a few weeks with the right attention to movement limitations.