Whole-body training is highly underutilized in today’s world, and yet, it’s one of the fundamental programming methodologies to date.
Weightlifters are among the strongest and most explosive athletes in the world. So, let’s see how your athletes can benefit from doing them!
A few years ago, I attempted to bring 4 strength sports together into a training plan for rugby. This time, I want to delve deeper into the framework that makes up the programming of these sports and how we can program them into a usable athletic development plan.
Why do so many people do so well in training but nosedive when it’s time to compete? Two words: Anxiety and self-doubt.
Rachel Ellis and Maggie Kuhn are owners and operators of CBUS Lifting Co. Watch how they used their passion for building an environment where competitive strength athletes thrive and form a community.
Your training partners and coaches aren’t always going to be there. When they’re not around, what will you do?
The two most important things when working with kids: keep them interested and show them how far they can go with proper training protocols.
It’s easier to mask personal issues than deal with the cause of anxiety and depression. It might feel like a solution but, just as I was forced to learn, these temporary distractions lead you down a dangerous path.
Do these beloved training movements contribute to soft tissues injuries more than they improve athletic performance? Before you make up your mind, hear me out.
85 minutes of life and training talk with the biggest Russian names of this generation.
With attention to detail, effort, and intelligent progressions, Olympic lifts can be both enjoyable and highly effective in developing a range of physical qualities.
Three mobility drills specific to Olympic Weightlifting
Using static holds for Olympic lifts can improve technique and allow for more comprehensive coaching
Why not include a day of bodybuilding into your workouts? You have nothing to lose. Only something to gain.
Interview with Greg Everett on his new documentary American Weightlifting
If you wear your belt while doing curls, make sure that you’re wearing color coordinated fingerless gloves
While being coached by Leo Totten and Mike Gattone at the NSCA National Conference, they finally got me to the point where I could actually catch a clean.
Jensen’s conclusion to the Flexible Periodization Method series.