Category Archives: Strength and Conditioning Literature

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General Adaptation Syndrome

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Have you ever wondered why working hard is sometimes not enough when it comes to performance training? It makes sense that if you train hard you’ll get, faster, stronger and ultimately better. If just training hard was the key there would be many more accomplished athletes at the elite level. Elite level athletes are motivated, […]

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Mission Demands Analysis Profile

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Now that we have begun to identify the components of training, what’s next? How do we decide what the tactical athlete needs to do to become better prepared? We all understand what a needs analysis or needs assessment is. But think about it for a minute? What do we really need to know about the tactical […]

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Bumper Plates . Com

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              Great Place to buy Eleiko Bumper Plates.

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Analysis of fitness certifications

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It’s not the arrow, It’s the Indian.

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It’s not the choice of the exercise that gets the result, it’s the intensity at which you work that causes the adaptation. I get asked this question quite often. Why am I not getting results? I exercise 3 or 4 times a week and nothing really seems to change for me. I ride the bike, […]

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Ivan Abadjiev Competition Intensity Training, Single Rep Training

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I started competing at the national level in 1987. I started competing before that but when I started competing at the national level it was a whole other world. When you move up to that level you better have game! I did ok, but not the best I could have done. Why, because at 23 […]

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The real problem with Crossfit

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I love Cross fit. I really do! Actually I have been involved in Cross fit workouts since I was about 18 yrs old. I just didn’t call it Cross fit. I remember one of my first ICCT sessions. We worked up to a heavy single on the back squat, one that we could do deep, […]

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The CrossFit L1 Cert Doesn’t Make You a Coach

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The CrossFit L1 Cert Doesn’t Make You a Coach Is this really how you hold the bar when you front squat? Is this instructor really qualified? There are so many problems with the personal training certifications. Great article!    

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Weighted Implement Training for Increased Throwing Velocities

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Weighted Implement Training for Increased Throwing Velocities.

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Physiology of Repetitions

Physiology of Repetitions How many times have you heard the statement “High reps will get you cut and low reps will build bulk”.  I hear this at the gym where I train almost every day? It would be nice if training like this did cause these results. I wish it were that easy. I think […]

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