The mobility market has turned into a multimillion-dollar business and those that are the bendiest rise to the top
Experiencing this bike for the first time is a humbling experience. If you’re a strong athlete, then the bike will push back just as strong.
One protocol that can be used for both advanced and beginner lifters is time under tension (TUT) training.
Progressing from a squat to a kettlebell swing to a power clean requires skill. It requires you to be strong with the basic movements using a variety of equipment.
I’ve spent some time exploring this area and breaking down some of the scientific jargon to get a clearer understanding of leg stiffness.
The title of this post, “playing sport doesn’t get you fit” is something that I said to our high-performance tennis group last week.
Your actual age doesn’t determine the training program; a 28-year-old athlete could be on a beginner program while a 15-year-old on an advanced training program. The program they follow will be vastly different.
The cookie cutter approach to training programming rarely works. A better way to approach a training program is to have more information.
In most team-based sports, change of direction (COD) is a common occurrence and often a determinant of success, but it’s difficult to quantify.
Knowing how strong athletes should be for their sport is critical for physical development.