Remi Sovran


Sport Performance Coach

Remi Sovran


Sport Performance Coach

Remi Sovran


Sport Performance Coach

  • 16FEB
    0 Comments
    Why You Should Not Foam Roll the Low Back

    Why You Should Not Foam Roll the Low Back

    Foam rolling is a self-massage technique that is used to relieve muscle tightness or trigger points. While foam rolling has become somewhat popular in the past decade and many people have experienced benefits from it, the low back is one area that should never be foam rolled! By applying pressure to the low back and

  • 09FEB
    0 Comments
    THINGS TO READ TO HELP SLAY YOUR DAY: 2018/02/09

    THINGS TO READ TO HELP SLAY YOUR DAY: 2018/02/09

    Slayers! We are back with another edition of “THINGS TO READ TO HELP SLAY YOUR DAY.” A few notable updates before we begin. I have finished the ebook version in rough of the first digital product that I’ll be releasing this year. As for right now, tentative dates for release are for May 8th and

  • 27JAN
    0 Comments
    How Often Should You Perform Core Stability and Low Back Exercises?

    How Often Should You Perform Core Stability and Low Back Exercises?

    Note: This post is primarily written for the individual looking to prevent a future lower back injury from occurring or currently attempting to overcome their own lower back injury.  Contrast to popular belief; many people believe that they should perform core stability or low back exercises every other day. However, research from Mayer et al.,

  • 23JAN
    0 Comments
    What is Spinal Stenosis?

    What is Spinal Stenosis?

    Spinal stenosis can be defined as a general term that is used to describe the narrowing of certain passageways or canals in which nerves pass through in our spine. For instance, one example can be narrowing of the lateral recess canal, which is something I specifically have myself. Now, the narrowing of these canals can

  • 22JAN
    0 Comments
    THINGS TO READ TO HELP SLAY YOUR DAY: 2018/01/20

    THINGS TO READ TO HELP SLAY YOUR DAY: 2018/01/20

    Hey slayers, hope you’ve all had a fun filled week and were able to slay the most out of it! I have a few exciting things that I want to share with you! 1. I’m in the works of developing my first digital product Yes, you heard that! I’m in the current works of developing

  • 18JAN
    0 Comments
    Quick Note on Stability and Mobility Training for Athletes

    Quick Note on Stability and Mobility Training for Athletes

    Too much mobility or too much stability can be detrimental to an athlete’s performance. Just like too little mobility or too little stability can as well. The key is to identify the athlete’s needs and fine-tune them as best as possible to their desired requirements. For example, take a powerlifter, they need ‘lots’ of stability