Brian Schiff

Brian Schiff, PT, OCS, CSCS, is a licensed physical therapist, respected author and fitness professional. Currently, he serves as the supervisor for Raleigh Orthopaedic Performance Center (formerly EXOS at Raleigh Orthopaedic). Brian conducts live continuing education webinars and presents nationally at professional conferences and seminars on injury prevention, rehab and sport-specific training.
June 8 2010
In the fourth installment of his TRX Suspension Trainer series, Brian takes his last exercise, the 45 Degree Mountain Climber, to another level, adding a BOSU to enhance scapular stability and core activation... View More
May 25 2010
In the third installment of his TRX Suspension Trainer series, Brian demonstrates the 45 Degree Mountain Climbers exercise, which increases scapular stability and reduces the likelihood of imbalances and... View More
May 11 2010
In the second part of a miniseries using theTRX Suspension Trainer, Brian demonstrates the Frontal Plane Reach,which exercises the gluteal muscle group and teaches safer dynamicplanting/cutting positions... View More
April 28 2010
Brianstarts a miniseries using the TRX Suspension Trainer with the first half of areaching progression, four single-leg, upper-body exercises that engage theposterior chain and increase hip flexion. See... View More
April 14 2010
Brian continues his miniseries targeting the core with single-leg/single-arm diagonals, which are perfect for those clients seeking a greater challenge with three-dimensional movement. See 'Related Resources'... View More
March 24 2010
Brian continues his miniseries targeting the core with the swimmer plank, which is great for the core and posterior chain. Ensure, however, that your client has sufficient shoulder stability before undergoing... View More
March 9 2010
Briancontinues his miniseries targeting the core with tripod T rolls, which aregreat both for obliques as well as shoulder stabilization, and that's just afew of its uses! See 'Related Resources' below... View More
Feb. 24 2010
Now Functionally Fitmoves towards the center of the body in the first entry of the core miniseries.In this progression, Brian Schiff analyzes stability ball ab circles, a greatexercise for the entire core... View More
Feb. 10 2010
This is thelast in a series of Functionally Fit exercises designed for the shoulders.Cable cross-arm reverse pull-downs are designed to strengthen downward rotationand retraction of the scapula and bring... View More
Jan. 27 2010
Keep workingon those shoulders as we continue with Brian Schiff's Functionally Fitminiseries with the push-up plus, floor variations. The purpose of thisexercise is to increase overall shoulder strength... View More
Jan. 13 2010
Briancontinues his Functionally Fit shoulder miniseries with tubing externalrotation pulls, a great exercise for rehab programs. The purpose of thisexercise is mainly to strengthen the posterior rotator... View More
Dec. 9 2009
Briancontinues his Functionally Fit shoulder miniseries with prone horizontalabduction raises. The purpose of this exercise is mainly to strengthen therotator cuff and works great in a rehab program.See... View More
Nov. 24 2009
The Functionally Fit shoulder-targeting miniseries continues with a look at the dumbbell shoulder rotation. This exercise is great for those with internal rotation limitations and those having impingement... View More
Nov. 20 2009
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Nov. 11 2009
Brian continues with part three of Functionally Fit shoulder miniseries. This time, he provides two super-simple mobility exercises great for improving shoulder flexion and diminishing shoulder impingement... View More
Nov. 1 2009
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Oct. 29 2009
Functionally Fit continues with part two of its shoulder miniseries. In this installment, Brian details a three-step routine, upper-body step-ups, along with a bonus BOSU version! See 'Related Resources'... View More
Oct. 14 2009
Functionally Fit starts a new miniseries, this time targeting the shoulder. Part 1 takes a look at an exercise using a BOSU balance ball, and it's perfect for stability training. See 'Related Resources'... View More
Sept. 24 2009
The final segment of Brian's Functionally Fit knee miniseries analyzes the cross-over cone touch, an exercise ideal for increasing dynamic quad, hamstring and gluteal strength. See 'Related Resources'... View More
Sept. 9 2009
Part four of the Functionally Fit knee miniseries analyzes the anterior medicine ball lunge with trunk rotation, a great exercise for countering valgus overload and improving motor and muscle function.... View More

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