strength and conditioning

Organization of movement, power, timing, and dexterity all play an equal part in the safe and heavy completion of either lift chosen today.
For many of us life doesn’t always dictate lots of movement activities, leading the bodily asymmetry to grow.
The mindset must be addressed and in place before the physical skillset is practiced.
Today, weight is a distant second to position and execution- if designated weight detracts from near-perfect execution, adjust at least one interval down and continue.
A faster and more biomechanically efficient pull awaits.
Move and breathe deliberately, and attempt no rest outside of the designated durations.
Transition seamlessly, move deliberately and take no rest.
Fluidity increases efficiency, and both open the door to progress; Clunky is very seldom progressive.
Time under load toughens the body and helps prevent injury for long term health and safety.
Switch arms as needed/ desired in kettlebell swing, and adjust weight immediately if power drops or position breaks.
Full lifts are, especially for young and beginner athletes, an excellent strategy to facilitate the acquisition of fundamental motor skills while fostering optimal physical development.
The pace is not a substitute for a position, even in simple movements.
Today focuses on position, execution, fluidity; Pace and weight are distant seconds.
Maybe, just maybe, a little pain can help you gain, it depends on how you approach it.
In order for throwing a ball at a wall to be more than novelty, it needs to be attentive and violent.
Move in sound, powerful, and efficient positions.
If a sit-up is easy, it’s useless.