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About The Author

Strength Coach. Sports Nutritionist. Competitive Powerlifter. Writer. Speaker. Surfing, cereal, and old-school hip hop aficionado. Alex is the owner of Rosencutter Ultra Fitness & Performace (RUFP) in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin and the founder of alexrosencutter.com where he helps elite athletes and the average Joe move better, look better, and feel better. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology and Nutrition and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Personal Trainer through the National Strength & Conditioning Association, a Certified Sports Nutritionist through the International Society of Sports Nutrition, and a Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.

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Recent Posts



Progressing From a Basic Hip Hinge to a Superhero Deadlift

By Alex Rosencutter | Wed, Aug 2

The deadlift. The king of all exercises. If cavemen lifted, which you know they did, then the deadlift was definitely the talk amongst the campfire.

It’s also the ultimate testament of full body strength and the granddaddy of movements for athletes to build qualities such as strength, speed, power, and rate of force development.  

However, most athletes and individuals starting out lack the movement capacity to be jumping right into deadlifts and should develop the capability to perfect the hip-hinge first.  

Here’s a progression and regression system that can be used to perfect the hip-hinge and fine-tune the deadlift.

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Long-Term Athletic Development - Part 3: Mobility, Stability, Nutrition, and Recovery

By Alex Rosencutter | Fri, Jun 23

A three-part series dedicated to the discussion of long-term athletic development for athletes and coaches. Athletes and new lifters are often beingpushed too hard, too fast. What actually goes into training, coaching, and developing an athlete or lifter from young/novice trainee to a superstar? 

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A Coaches Framework For Long-Term Athletic Development - Part 2: Developing Movement, Energy Systems, and Strength

By Alex Rosencutter | Tue, Oct 4

A three part series dedicated to the discussion of long-term athletic development for athletes and coaches.  Athletes and new lifters are often being pushed too hard, too fast.  What actually goes into training, coaching, and developing an athlete or lifter from young/novice trainee to a superstar? Part two covers the importance of developing movement, energy systems, and strength for long-term athletic development.

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