conditioning

You can gain huge performance benefits by using mental distractions to change your perception of effort.
When it does come time to add strength into your routine, the only question worth asking is, “How much do I need?”
Understanding the complexity of how our body creates energy is key to programming for better conditioning.
Let’s take a look at the steps we can take to avoid pain and injury in our BJJ careers.
Whether you're a "clean slate," have taken time off, or simply lack training experience, Bret Hamilton's beginner workouts can help you build a base of stability, mobility, balance, and strength.
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The process of individualizing your training based on biofeedback leads to much better outcomes and more consistent progress.
Let's look at the origins of Tabata workouts, why and how they worked, and how other intervals may work for you too.
A new study found short workouts led to significant health benefits.
Two criteria determine whether or not you reach your goal - your training program and how you manage that program.
These workouts will make you stronger, improve your fitness, and enhance your intestinal fortitude.
In BJJ, a competitor does not need to be as strong as possible. A competitor needs to be strong for his or her body weight.
If every trainer read Kenneth Jay's book, we would all be better equipped to help people improve their VO2 max and actually get fit.
Something to note here is the definition of fitness for most textbooks - VO2 max. Lifting heavy weights quickly doesn’t improve it.
The undisputed truths all good coaches know and with which all good keyboard warriors can arm themselves in their never-ending debates.
I’d encourage anyone looking to incorporate assistance and specialty exercises into their CrossFit programming to give IWT a try.
A new study compared the effectiveness of burpees and cycling intervals. Suprisingly, people would rather do burpees.