strength and conditioning

The goal of this program by Master RKC Jon Engum is to build strength and flexibility in the hips and shoulders - the 'four knots' of the body - in order to improve performance and increase mobility.
Today is our final day of programming from featured coach John Hackleman's The Pit. This curriculum is a unique combination of Hawaiian Kempo and CrossFit.
We are in our final week of programming from featured coach John Hackleman's The Pit. This curriculum is a unique combination of Hawaiian Kempo and CrossFit.
We are in our final week of programming from featured coach John Hackleman's The Pit. This curriculum is a unique combination of Hawaiian Kempo and CrossFit.
Today begins our final week of programming from John Hackleman's The Pit - home of UFC Champion, Chuck Liddell. A unique combination of conditioning and martial arts training.
This concludes our second week of programming from John Hackleman's The Pit - home of UFC Champion, Chuck Liddell. A unique combination of conditioning and martial arts training.
Our workouts continue from John Hackleman's The Pit - home of UFC Champion, Chuck Liddell. A unique combination of conditioning and martial arts training.
Rugby league is a brutal sport requiring great strength and conditioning. I'm going to share with you how you can train like a pro rugby player, but adapt it to your schedule and fitness goals.
Today's workout from John Hackleman's The Pit is a variation on the CrossFit classic, "Helen." This version involves heavy bag slams instead of a run!
Our second week of programming from John Hackleman's The Pit begins with his classic workout - "Pit Black Jack." How well can you fare on this gauntlet of push-ups and squats?
Today concludes the first week of programming from John Hackleman's The Pit - a unique combination of strength, conditioning, and martial arts training.
This week is our first week of programming from John Hackleman's The Pit - home of UFC Champion, Chuck Liddell. A unique combination of conditioning and martial arts training.
Researchers put a "bodyweight support system" to the test on competitive soccer players. It makes them lighter, but did it help performance? Did it decrease likelihood of injury?
Day two of our first week of programming from John Hackleman's The Pit is a martial arts version of CrossFit's class "Cindy" workout. How many rounds can YOU get?
What length of rest interval gives the best performance in the bench press? Does this change between men and women? Does it change between very strong men and weaker men?
John Hackleman, founder of The Pit, seems like a guy who would train fighters - big, bald, covered in tattoos, and full of prison jokes. Learn how John went from nurse to world-class coach.
Today is the first day of programming from John Hackleman's The Pit - a unique combination of strength, conditioning, and martial arts training.