strength and conditioning

Strength building, positional awareness, and active cool-down are all equal components of your drills.
Weights on all movements today are self-scaled and challenging- put in what you expect to get out, and adjust by round as needed.
Be creative with implement and weight, should you choose to use them, and scale each set to your full ability.
If reps become singles or position breaks, adjust weight immediately and continue safely.
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Each set should pose a significant challenge- weakest lift/ transition governs weight, and denotes improvement for next time.
If sets require interruption, make as minor an adjustment as needed and complete the next uninterrupted.
This drill allows you to understand the movement of the hip hinge without having the ballistic movement of the kettlebell swinging.
Active flexibility, power, and building strength in a position of mechanical disadvantage are just some of the benefits of including kettlebells in your workouts.
Move seamlessly and aggressively.
A seasonal approach to your physical development allows you to peak when you need to peak, heal when you need to heal, and avoid burnout.
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Work to “True” failure (loss of physical positioning) not “Relative” failure (loss of mental endurance).
If chosen weight causes interruption in sets, adjust immediately and continue safely.
You should aim to keep things as simple as possible to go from tall and scrawny to big and jacked.
Organize breathing, maintain movement details, and work hard.