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Here are my top 5 ways to increase the vertical jump. There are other ways you can raise an athlete’s vertical jump, but in my opinion these will do it the fastest and the most efficiently. 1. Box Squatting: -The reason I have this one first is because many athletes need to raise their maximal & sub maximal […]
One element in training that is overlooked is rest times between sets. Yes sets, reps, tempos, intensity, etc matters but rest will determine the overall training effect! Whatever your training goal is, the time under tension of the set and the rest interval has a correlating effect. This is called the work to rest ratio. […]
When exercising, your body relies primarily on glycogen (stored carbohydrates) to fuel exercise. However, there is an exception to this rule when glycogen reserves are depleted. The premise of fasted cardio or fasted conditioning is that depleting your glycogen storesby not eating for extended periods will cause the body to burn other energy sources, suchas fat. […]
Programming Considerations for Overhead Athletes – PressingAs a coach it’s imperative to understand the training considerations that must be applied to a program when training overhead athletes (Quarterbacks/Pitchers). With the frequency of throwing that is done year-round, it can predispose the athletes to different form issues and injuries. These issues can include, shoulder impingement issues, […]
When lifting weights everyone should train under some type of prescribed tempo. The tempo of an exercise has a direct correlation to an individuals ultimate goal. First let’s explain what a prescribed tempo is. A tempo of an exercise is usually given in a 4 number sequence. So let’s prescribe a client a barbell back […]
Busting Plateaus: What Works? I’m sure, like any other lifter, you’ve experienced a stagnant period in your training where your overall output (your 1RM) levels off. You become stuck and can’t seem to bust through that door that’s holding you back. You rack your brain on why you’re stuck and just can’t seem to figure […]
️Since the early 1900’s it’s been thought that a membrane pump is responsible for sodium (Na+) and potassium (K+)concentrations within cells. However, what has been proven in other scientific fields outside of biology is that these theories violate the first law of thermodynamics. It is simply not possible to move ions of Na+ and K+ in this […]
1. Cost Effective Many athletes, especially the younger ones will not have the money or access to facilities that have a ton of equipment. Many are confused on how their conditioning should look. The sled can be used on many different surfaces such as the road, a field, or indoor turf and can be as […]
Take a trip back in time with me. Picture your primal ancestors, hunting/gathering barefoot for their daily meals. Now think of today and how your feet are covered with some type of shoe. You’re already asking ‘where’s he going with this’, aren’t you? Think of the effect shoes have on not just your feet but […]
Anthony Ditillo Anthony Ditillo is a name unfamiliar to many, but quite legendary to a select few. Ditillo was a prominent writer for Ironman Magazine (IM) from the 1960’s all the way up to the 1980’s. In addition to the many articles he wrote for IM Ditillo also authored two iconic strength training books: The […]