Trainers & Coaches
Are You a Barbell Generalist?
Long before the powerlifters and Olympic lifters stopped talking to each other, barbell athletes used to train both, and more.
Hypertrophy and Strength: Does Size Matter?
It’s inconclusive how much of a role the growth of muscle plays in the growth of strength.
5 Essential Strength Training Principles for Fighters
Keeping these five principles in mind before you begin a strength program will only help you in the long run.
What Isometric Training Says About Your Back Squat 1RM
A new study suggests isometric training may have real value for your back squat.
The Number One Rookie Training Mistake
If you don't listen to this advice, then chances are you're going to fail your RKC or SFG test.
Advanced Options With the Max Effort Black Box
One thing I’ve fought with the implementation the MEBB template was the overachieving, what-else-can-I-do personality. So, I added speed and volume tiers.
The Max Effort Black Box Program for the Family Man (or Woman)
While I’ve had success helping aspiring athletes, I derive the greatest pleasure from helping the family man or woman.
The Origins and Application of the Max Effort Black Box Concept
Years ago, i began implementing dedicated strength training along with the CrossFit template design. As a result, I noticed that my clients’ loading moved closer to what was prescribed.
The Expression of Strength, Part 1 – Absolute Strength
Absolute strength can be subdivided into concentric, eccentric, and static strength. But just what are these different expressions of strength?
Testing Training Methods: Are You Training Your Athletes Properly?
Wouldn’t it be best to actually know if an athlete would benefit more from gains in strength or speed first, and then create a training plan that helps you and your athlete achieve exactly that?
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