Dr. Nathan Kadlecek, PT
Is a physical therapist committed to providing high quality health information, largely focused on lower back pain and the gross overuse of diagnostic imaging, medication, surgery, low quality treatment methods, and the over-diagnosis of pain conditions. He's also a powerlifter, pain nerd, macro-scale thinker, and wants to help you think differently about pain, healthcare, and life.
Are you trying to get stronger or just do something that looks hard?
What is the point of the exercise you are performing?
Whenever we choose a workout program to follow or, when determining which exercises to complete, it's important to first determine what our goal is. Once we've determined what the goal is, then it makes sense to select exercises that will help attain those goals.
This is an example of an exercise that is a bit useless and could be substituted by lunges, single leg RDLs, and so many higher quality movements!
What strange exercises have you done in the past?
If you want to learn more about how I don't do any of that stuff, while I'm working with clients.
Please leave me a message and I would love to chat with you.
Have a great day!