Thursday, 04 September 2014 / Published in All, Olympic Weightlifting, Strength and Conditioning
The physical quality of explosiveness can be effectively trained – it may involve a power clean, jerk, and snatch. However, there are various methods aside from Olympic weightlifting variations and I’m here to help you expand your training toolbox. As a strength coach, you want to accommodate for the athletes that may have limitations or simply just
Thursday, 21 August 2014 / Published in All, Strength and Conditioning
  Building strong glutes is the key to improving performance whether your goal is to become fast, jump higher, quickly change direction, be explosive or just have a bigger BOOTY. Because most of the power comes from the hips, it’s beneficial to include lots of glute exercises in your program.
Friday, 08 August 2014 / Published in All, Fitness, Strength and Conditioning
The Turkish Get-Up (TGU) has become a popular lift in recent years because of its unique name and movement. It may sound simple but it is a complex exercise that requires the entire body to be “synchronized” together in order to get full benefits. It teaches the body to move in the correct order in
Monday, 04 August 2014 / Published in All, Strength and Conditioning
This strength training motto is one of my favorite things to say. The squats are the king of all exercises (in my opinion) because it is a multi-compound movement targeting several muscle groups at the same time (glutes, quads, hamstrings, while activating the core, shoulders, and back). Whether the goal is to improve athletic performance,