You can get athletes optimally faster, better conditioned, and even tougher in the same program if you understand a few simple principles.
Each stroke on the rower should be at a deliberate and consistent speed regardless of the distance you’re rowing.
There are three legs to the human performance monster, no matter what sport you train for, no matter what level.
Strength needs to be integrated into many other training modalities to have relevance. Olympic lifting transforms strength into speed.
Great athletes have great hips. And all athletes need hip mobility, stability, and explosiveness.
Weight is important. But speed of movement is an informative index to evaluate efficacy of training.
Regardless of background or genetics, this program produces incredible results for any athlete who wants to get faster.
Understanding the intricacies of different protocols will equip you for success in the gym.
If you want more top end speed, loaded sprints are the way to add horsepower.
Finding the sweet spot between force output and velocity will result in a great potential for muscle gain and performance.
Sometimes, standing still can be the best way to train for speed.
The intention of this program is to increase maximum strength for hockey players. Build strength to improve your speed, power, and agility on the ice.
“I’ve got another attempt in me, I know I do.” I hear this all the time, but the question is - do you really?
Of all physical abilities an athlete can possess, speed is the most valuable.
Reps, sets, and percentages can guide your training goals, but they're not always accurate. Here's another option.
At first glance, the differences are obvious. But the two sports are more closely related than you may think.
Runners who perform plyometric exercises run faster and more economically than those who don’t.