strength and conditioning

Goal is fluid, seamless transition from movement to movement, and hand-to-hand switches from side-to-side.
Accumulate lots of quality reps, and add weight to fact-check position as needed.
By doing work on a stability ball, you will challenge your entire body while improving core strength and functioning.
Select challenging weights based on the ability to complete each set uninterrupted and with quality.
If you’re tired of the same old routine, put a little pep back into your training with some friendly competition and spark up some fun.
Transition seamlessly from movement to movement, adjusting either position or variation if mechanics erode.
Work to “True” failure (loss of physical positioning) not “Relative” failure (loss of mental endurance).
When you improve, so must your training and nutrition.
Odds are that whether you tend to favor bilateral or unilateral exercises, you need to be doing more of what you're neglecting.
If duration is short, pace must be vicious.
If sets require interruption at chosen weight, make as minor an adjustment as needed and complete the next uninterrupted.
Breathe, focus, and move fast- take missing the clock off the table as an option.
Arm yourself with a new perspective and start progressing toward a better, stronger physique.
Never make the mental mistake of thinking you’re too advanced for skill work in any realm.
If you listen to the wrong kind of “experts” these days, there’s a good chance you’d never try anything.
If position breaks, range of motion shortens, or pressing sets require interruption, adjust accordingly and continue safely.
Safety considered, there is value to making yourself move in simple conditioning drills.