But it’s not just Jennings’ choice in hosiery that separates him from his fellow footballers. The former Oakland Raider also maintains a strict, all-organic, gluten-free, casein-free diet, meaning he doesn’t consume any conventionally grown food, wheat, or dairy. The 29-year-old Liberty grad, who played in Jacksonville for four seasons before spending a year in Oakland, […]
Peyton Manning credits cutting-edge Muscle Activation Techniques
A personal trainer explains his positive experience with MAT
Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT) can have immediate results for physical therapists and trainers of any type.
Greg on Dr. Oz
Greg Roskopf, founder of MAT, describes how MAT can take an athlete’s performance to the next level
After MAT Treatment Golfers Report Less Muscle Fatigue
Fixing the way your muscles communicate with your brain can help you reach your full potential in the gym or on the field.
In this special guest interview, Washington D.C. fitness blogger Lexie Bohnert of the Workout Wonks interviews Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT) Specialist Jennifer Schwartz-Biggle.
A running pal, Phyllis Berck, 62, suggested I try Muscle Activation Therapy (MAT), a relatively obscure muscle therapy that has fewer than 60 practitioners in Canada. She did a few weeks of MAT to treat severely strained glutes and recovered to become even faster, yes, after 62!
Adam Kessler’s Progress Report with Muscle Activation Techniques
Correcting Compensation Patterns, Understanding Your Body with MAT
MAT Helps Restore Connections Between the Brain and the Muscles
Stretching Before Running May Lower Endurance Stretching Linked to Shorter Running Distance and Higher Energy Expenditure
Drug-free therapy strengthens weak muscles and joints that contribute to chronic pain
Muscle Activation Techniques Unlocks Muscle Tension
Do you need more flexibility in order to improve your golf swing? There is a reason that the practice of pulling on tissue, i.e. stretching, is not helping.
An Interview with MAT Master Specialist Charlie Rowe
Greg Roskopf discusses the origins of Muscle Activation Techniques
You know when you have a tight muscle in your neck or maybe a sore back? There’s evidence that muscle is tightening up because it’s protecting another muscle.