strength and conditioning

Breathe, focus, and move fast- take missing the clock off the table as an option.
Arm yourself with a new perspective and start progressing toward a better, stronger physique.
Never make the mental mistake of thinking you’re too advanced for skill work in any realm.
If you listen to the wrong kind of “experts” these days, there’s a good chance you’d never try anything.
If position breaks, range of motion shortens, or pressing sets require interruption, adjust accordingly and continue safely.
Safety considered, there is value to making yourself move in simple conditioning drills.
If attempting to complicate training protocols too quickly, an athlete can be placed in a dangerous and potentially harmful situation.
Power and position govern weight- If we lose our strong hinge, back rounds, or legs fail to snap straight in the “drive” portion of the movement, adjust accordingly and continue safely.
If sets require interruption at chosen weight, make as minor an adjustment as needed and complete the next uninterrupted.
Stay awake and pay attention. Become stronger, healthier, and happier by clearing out your nervous system.
Tired of chalking up the same weights? We've all been there. Follow these strategies to get back on track in training.
You can avoid your aversion to long, slow, boring cardio by mixing it into your lifting.
Choices today are: Kettlebell snatch (from floor), dumbbell power snatch, kettlebell clean + press/ push press.
We do some intense mace work today and we're loving every minute.
Stand strong and organized- tension helps build strength, provided we stay engaged in the process.
The push up is a fairly advanced exercise, and can be taught in a sequence of steps to build up muscle memory, ability, and strength.
Position and range of motion dictate weight- If chosen weight breaks either, adjust immediately and continue safely.