Sebastian Gonzales, DC, CSCS

Background

Sebastian Gonzales, DC, CSCS, owns and operates Performance Place Sports Care & Chiropractic, a sports-injury rehab clinic in Huntington Beach, California. His credentials include:

  • Doctor of Chiropractic (DC)
  • Diplomate American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians (DACBSP)
  • Strength and Conditioning Certification (CSCS)
  • Registered in Musculoskeletal Sonography (RMSK)

Gonzales' professional passion is to create content for YouTube videos, iTunes podcasts, and eBooks that help educate the public about current theories guiding sports medicine, rehabilitation, and treatment. His free articles, podcasts, and videos can be found on Performance Place Sports Care & Chiropractic's website.

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Articles

  • 4 Ways Strength Training Can Make You An Awesome Runner

    Learn how to incorporate strength and bodyweight exercises into your training to develop explosive and reactive power, maintain a rock-solid core, and get those new personal records!

  • 4 Secret Weapons For A Killer Deadlift

    Deadlifts have been called the single best bodybuilding exercise and crowned as the "King of Mass Builders." It takes a lot of muscle to do them, but they're not something you want to just muscle through. Five experts chime in on how to do deadlifts the right way.

  • Threshold Training: The Fastest, Safest Way To Your Next PR

    As you struggle to hit those 10 heavy reps, there's usually a point at which you've lost good form and are using compensation techniques to move the weight. By finding out exactly where your form went south, you can begin to make real progress.

  • Threshold Training: The Fastest, Safest Way To Your Next PR

    As you struggle to hit those 10 heavy reps, there's usually a point at which you've lost good form and are using compensation techniques to move the weight. By finding out exactly where your form went south, you can begin to make real progress.

  • 4 Truths Your Feet Can Tell You About Your Squat Form

    You may not be a big fan of seeing someone padding around the gym in bare feet. Yet lifting without shoes may be your key to attaining the perfect squat—just probably not in the way you think.

  • 4 Most Common Signs Of Compensation During A Back Squat

    To the untrained eye, your back squat might look perfect. But subtle problems may be limiting your gains and increasing your injury risk. This troubleshooting guide can help!