3 Tips For A Successful OFFSEASON For High-School Athletes⁣ Every athlete knows the importance of off-season training, but most need guidance on how to maximize their offseason preparation. Realizing that offseason only last about ~2-4months – even shorter if you factor in vacation, extra sports activities, jobs, etc – it’s CRUCIAL that you have a
How to Dominate your Sport With In-Season Training There’s no question that In-Season training can help you dominate your sport! You’ll hear some coaches talk about “maintenance training” it’s DEFINITELY possible to continue to get stronger during the season. Otherwise, you risk getting hurt, staying stagnant throughout the season, and not being able to perform
TOP NUTRITION & RECOVERY TIPS FOR ATHLETES ⁣ ⁣ With so many athletes going back to their school or teams to start their season, here’s a friendly reminder to help you stay game day ready. ⁣ ⁣ STAYING HYDRATED IS KEY! You should be drinking water from the moment you wake up until you go

Common Plyometric Mistakes *Updated*

COMMON PLYOMETRIC MISTAKES Seeing videos of people do advance plyometric movements and then implementing it into your training regimen right away without any thought can be counter-productive. Before trying out really advance plyometric exercises, you must understand the basic concept of true plyometrics. WHAT IS PLYOMETRIC? Simply, plyometrics is a method that focuses on the stretch

How to Warm-up For Sprinting

HOW TO WARM-UP FOR SPRINTING There are TONS of ways to warm-up for sprinting. You can incorporate more activation/mobility exercises, add some hurdle mobility (great to do!) and other complex drills. But for the sake of keeping it simple and effective, here are 5 movements that you can do before you start sprinting (so you
HOW TO IMPROVE CORE STRENGTH & STABILITY The main role of the core is to PROTECT the spine and transfer and transfer force efficiently from your lower to the upper body. In order to generate a maximum amount of power with the lower and the upper body, your torso needs to be stable. If you want
Here are 4 Ways to Improve Change of Direction Speed: 1. Lateral shuffle Progression Feel the angles when shifting your body side-to-side. You should be in a solid athletic stance with your outside foot pointed straight to create a better push. Follow the progressions to become efficient at changing directions laterally. 2. Medicine Ball Fake
The snatch is a very good exercise to improve an athletes power production, force absorption, and full body stability. However, not every athlete has the pre-requisite to start doing regular snatches and sometimes they don’t need to. Which is why there are many variations of the snatch movement to elicit the same results. Here are
The landmine setup is one of the most versatile training tools you can use with any athletes. Not every athlete is built to do conventional deadlift off the floor or have the mobility to perform Olympic lifts. Just by placing a barbell at the corner of a wall or a landmine attachment, you open up a WHOLE