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Check out this great Youtube video on How to Build Muscle Mass And Strength with MAT
Inside information on how muscle activation techniques, with internet trainer Vince Del Monte and the developer of MAT, Greg Roskopf, helps our bodies to build more muscle mass and strength - a huge GAME CHANGER that most people don’t know about.
Hope Solo uses MAT
Dragavon says MAT—a method founded by Greg Roskopf who has worked with Peyton Manning, the Denver Broncos and the Denver Nuggets—is a neuromuscular assessment of the muscles that allows him to identify a weak link and ultimately make an athlete more efficient. When working with Solo, sometimes finding that deficiency is a challenge.
Cleveland Indians veteran outfielder Rajai Davis still burning rubber at 35
Davis credits his speed to a lifestyle "conducive to doing the right thing when everyone is watching and when no one is watching' and MAT (Muscle Activation Technique), a training program he learned from former Detroit teammate Ian Kinsler
Using Neuroscience to Avoid Injuries for Runners
Most runners have been there. The race goes well, but the knee starts screaming shortly after the finish. You try stretching, strengthening, and endless foam rolling. Nothing works.
Going to the MAT with Greg Roskopf!
With the help of Greg Roskopf’s celebrated Muscle Activation Therapy, golfer Shane Bertsch looks to shoulder his next challenge.
Where does MAT fit in for Bodybuilders?
Where does Muscle Activation Techniques fit in for body builders and down the activity continuum with normal activity?
Learn how to overcome your limitations - Greg Roskopf MAT Therapy With IFBB Ben Pakulski -
Peyton Manning Credits MAT™!
"...he would pay every week to fly in Greg Roskopf, a Denver-based specialist in cutting-edge Muscle Activation Techniques—finding muscles that have been traumatized or strained and strengthening other muscles to compensate—who had become popular with veterans such as former Broncos safety John Lynch, a friend of Manning's."