sled push

The more you can train without exceeding your capacity to recover the better your results.
If the squat is troublesome for you, the best alternative exercises to consider are exercises that mimic either the joint action or muscle groups involved in the squat.
The sled is an incredibly versatile and effective training tool. If used properly, the sled can be used for metabolic conditioning, strength training, and hypertrophy.
What makes the concentric movement less effective in building muscle and strength is the same thing that makes it great as a conditioning tool.
There are plenty of ways to work on your legs that don't involve a squat or a barbell.
Beyond weightlifting and powerlifting there is another plane of weight training. The ultimate approach to raw strength is strongman.
Weightlifting is enjoying a surge in popularity, but it might not be the best tool for every athlete.
If you want more top end speed, loaded sprints are the way to add horsepower.
These sled-based exercises can be mixed up in countless ways to strengthen your hips from all angles.
Sled training improves conditioning and is great for athlete-specific programming. And it's a lot of fun.
Speed is highly sought after in the athletic world. So we must understand what methods are most efficient in developing it.
A new study investigated the different between heavier and lighter sled pulls.
Scientists discovered that towing a weighted sled with about 13% of your body weight can improve a 30m sprint significantly. Time to bust out some weights and start dragging!
A recent study compared the effects of combined weighted sled training and sprint training against traditional sprint training on 10 and 30 meter speed in professional rugby players.
Chris Duffin, champion powerlifter, demonstrates one of his favorite conditioning/assistance movements - the sled pull-through. This is an intense exercise for the posterior chain.