After all, a black belt is a white belt who never quit. Beyond genetics and character, what do you have on the inside that keeps you going?
These studies give you some tools to use before your next training session or race to increase performance.
The ease and comfort of your couch and air-conditioned home will always be calling your name. Ignore the temptation for an easy life.
When we think of such a question a few training principles come to mind. We have your basic model of linear programming where each week the volume increases or the load does to drive the stimulus that leads to the desired adaptation. This approach relies heavily on specificity of movement and progressive overload to keep […]
As a coach, this is a tough spot to be in because you may have to tell a prospective client, “You’re not ready to diet.” Here’s what to ask.
Let’s look at some of the jobs a strength coach can and should be responsible for.
New research on concurrent training gives us more insight into how to set up our programming considering nutrition, blood flow restriction, and VO2 max.
What does the literature tell us about using exercise before the main work we want to improve that day? It tells us A LOT.
There’s no way to put up impressive numbers if you can’t get the bar off your chest or you’re stalling halfway. Let’s get back to some bench press basics.
What exercises allow you to produce as much output as possible? What exercises and will allow you to target the muscles you want to hit and push things to failure while minimizing the risk of injury?