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The Four Strength Training Principles

First, the golden rule, or better the golden law of training is adapting to physical demands.

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How To Make Mobility, Agility, and Jumping Hurdles

Athletes need to recover from a jump and accelerate quickly, and hurdle jumps are perfect for this training. Unfortunately hurdles are fairly pricey and usually limited in how far they can adjust…

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Mandatory Core Training Exercises

Nearly every core and ab exercise in the book involves shortening or “crunching” of the abdominals.

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Goblet Split Squats – Exercise of the Week

As part of my 62 leg exercise variation article and video, I included goblet split squats.

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What’s Your Type? Muscle Fibers Explained

In the most simplistic sense, we can look at the differences between the capabilities of two individuals determined by muscle fiber types and concentrations.

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How should young athletes lift?

The safety and proper implementation of strength training for young athletes can be a concern for both parents and coaches

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Strong Back Bodyweight Complex

Bodyweight training IS NOT just for beginners. Controlling your body is a fundamental aspect of every sport. Here’s a tweak on a common back exercise: the supine row. How to Perform V Rows: 1. Set up a bar on the power rack. Lay on your back, reach up, the bar should be at finger tip…

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