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My Strength and Conditioning Hierarchy Ken Whittier - October 08, 2015 I just finished reading Renaissance Diet, which is a great book that I highly recommend if you are interested in learning about nutrition. While the book shares a lot of great insight about appropriate nutrition, it really taught me a great deal about having priorities that I think apply to Strength and Conditioning. . . . keep reading
Call Them Like You See Them Mike Boyle - September 28, 2015 The idea for this article actually came from a conversation with one of our coaches who had just taken a new job. He came back and said "wow, they ( the coaches at the new job) have strange names for some exercises". "They call lateral bounds Heidens and they call the Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat a Bulgarian Lunge". . . . keep reading
Video of the Week- Plank Row Iso Hold Ben Buno - September 23, 2015 I've long been a fan of plank rows, but I've recently been experimenting with plank row iso holds and it's quickly becoming one of my new favorite core exercises. . . . keep reading
Hypertrophy Training for Athletes Michael Boyle Because of the popularity of the recent forum thread, "Hypertrophy, Start with the Why?" I wanted to re-post this.
I train a lot of young athletes. These high school and college kids almost always need to gain solid weight in order to compete at a higher level. In the world of sports, hardly anyone is "big enough." Bigger is generally better. . . . keep reading
Interval Training- HIIT or Miss? Michael Boyle I think every fat loss article we read espouses the value of interval training for fat loss. In fact the term HIIT ( for High Intensity Interval Training) is thrown around so much that many people just assume they know what it is. . . . keep reading
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