26 October 2017
Whether you’re a football player, boxer, MMA fighter, or any kind of performance athlete, you’ve likely happened across many methods and training techniques for increasing your speed, strength and con...
26 June 2017
There are three energy systems which allow the body to produce energy. While all three are important to athletes, it can be misleading as to which are the most important for the repeat sprint athlete....
26 May 2016
Medicine ball throws are a great way to develop explosive power in both the sagittal and transverse planes. The sagittal plane is the imaginary line bisecting the body from anterior to posterior, pass...
26 April 2016
Jumping is one of the simplest and most effective ways to develop explosive power in athletes. The particular super-power of jump training involves honing your ability to express power quickly: your r...
26 February 2016
The Trap Bar Deadlift is an outstanding deadlift variation for lifters of all backgrounds. Here are our top reasons why we love to include the Trap Bar Deadlift in our training programs: 1. Makes ...
26 February 2016
Before beginners get too involved in adding external loads to their exercises, they need to master proper form of the fundamental movement patterns first. One of the most notorious movement patterns ...
22 January 2016
Amazing energy, a peaceful mind, and a strong immune system are just a fraction of the overall health benefits that a good night’s sleep brings. You’ve heard it all before — adequate sleep equals a wo...
10 October 2015
This is a guide to help you with your conditioning for this off-season - because there’s always work to be done. The off-season is a great time to rest and recuperate, giving your body the chance to...
26 September 2015
In Part 1 I spoke about the importance of beginning each workout with a properly designed warm-up routine, in Part 2 I'm going to share with you 3 warm-ups you can begin to include in your training pr...
26 September 2015
The importance of a properly designed warm-up routine cannot be overstated. This might not seem glamorous or impressive but it is the foundation for all kick-ass workouts: you can't achieve your best ...