Coaching and Progressing the Squat

by Kevin Carr |   Date Released : 03 Mar 2017
Kevin Carr

About the author: Kevin Carr

Whether he is working as a coach or therapist, Kevin’s goal is to help you move better so that you can excel at the activities that make you happy.

Kevin has already amassed a wealth of experience in the field of sports performance and personal training while working at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning in Woburn, Massachusetts. Working with everyone from US Olympians looking for a competitive edge to the Average Joe or looking to shed some pounds and get healthier he has helped countless clients move better and live healthier lives.

In addition to receiving a Bachelor Degree in Kinesiology from The University of Massachusetts-Amherst and a License in Massage Therapy from Cortiva Institute- Watertown, he is also credited with the completion of numerous continuing education certifications including FMS, SFMA, NKT Level 1 and 2, FRC, FAPP, Pn1, and PRI.

Kevin can be contacted at Kevin@Movement-As-Medicine.com

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John, Marlon | 07 Mar 2017, 20:34 PM

Great article, Kevin. I enjoyed reading the difference between the squat movement versus the exercise. But you also connected how the exercise can benefit the movement in everyday language that will resonate with the typical personal training client. I appreciate the way you educated the reader without being overly scientific.

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