Posts tagged "strength training"

Chuck Wolf: Blending Traditional Training with Functional, Integrated Training

How can you balance the strength gains of traditional training with the mobility that comes with functional training? Chuck Wolf works through the layers o...

Jeremy Hall and Al Miller: Scaling The System — Part 3

Scaling The System for the average lifter is all about managing time and stress. Jeremy Hall gives you the real numbers to make it work for you and your clients.

Jeremy Hall and Al Miller: Scaling the System – Part 2

In the second article of this series on scaling a system of Russian periodization to fit your needs and wants, Jeremy Hall and Al Miller cover a few basic changes you can make that will...

Jeremy Hall: Scaling The System to Work for You

How would you scale down a pro training system for weekend warriors or keen amateurs in our 30s, 40s and 50s, with lots of experience, but also full-time jobs and families? . . . Jeremy...

Jeremy Hall: The Power of Mentorship

There’s more to being successful in strength and conditioning than just learning the science of strength. The art of coaching is woven deeply into the collective wisdom of the great m...

Models of Periodization

The data, the books and your experience all tell you that periodization works to maximize the performance of your athletes. But are you using the most effective model of periodization f...

Dan John: Symmetry Work

What’s missing in strength training? Dan says “Symmetry Work” . . . and shows you just the kind of lifts and exercises he uses to identify and correct asymmetries.

Dan John: What Makes an Athlete Elite?

Dan John details some of the internal qualities and external criteria that differentiate elite athletes from the rest. What does it take to master your sport?

Mike Prevost: Resistance Training Repetition Schemes and Their Applications

The complexity of resistance training programming is best approached by breaking down the lift into its systems. How many reps with how much weight? The answer is probably simpler than ...

Charlie Weingroff: The Hip Hinge from the Neuromuscular Perspective

Charlie Weingroff elaborates on the importance of the hip hinge from the neuromuscular perspective . . . and why he thinks you should be able to touch your toes before you deadlift.

Mike Boyle: It’s Not the Program; It’s the Coaching

If you had to make the choice, would it be great program or great coaching? Mike Boyle tackles that question with an answer that’s all about the human component.

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