strength and conditioning

There are athletes who like to compete in both powerlifting and weightlifting. So, how do they train?
Challenging your core and trunk musculature so that you can create a rigid handstand position securely.
Today, output dictates duration of rest. Heavier weight, vicious pace = more rest. Lighter weight, less vicious pace = much less. Earn the added rest.
The clean movement takes precedence today.
These exercises are for everybody who is ready for a unique physical challenge.
Going for upper body strength, essential for core and balance to help you in your handstands.
Basic movements designed to hit you all over: squats and pull ups.
Toss out the clutter in your fitness life and get back to what has always worked.
If you vary your squats through different stances and foot placements, you can bring up weak points that have been holding you back.
It's time for another benchmark day, this time to the sound of Suicidal Tendencies.
"Don't let your knees go past your toes" is a common coaching cue for the squat. But is it really the best way to do it? Not always, suggests a recent study.
Some strong work around the trunk and legs as you build up to some handstand holds.
Pay attention to details, the positional and mechanical improvements that you make will yield greater results.
It's a good day to workout with a partner.
There is a simple compromise that will give you the right balance of frequency and intensity to keep the gains coming.
Work on your skillset today with variations of handstand holds and kick ups.
Some serious deadlifting gets you going for some serious kettlebell work.