Fitness programming is equal parts science and art. Successful fitness program designs are those that reflect the goals and needs a client expresses and serves…READ MORE
Category: Training Concepts
Ideally, strength training and conditioning are done on separate days to maximize strength capacity, but if they must be squeezed in together there is a…READ MORE
When the desired or expected results aren’t happening it’s time to try something different. Especially if someone is working maximally. More is not always the…READ MORE
“Part of what makes an athlete an athlete is the ability to play through pain.” DO YOU AGREE? This statement was made by Brian P. McKeon,…READ MORE
19th century and early 20th century life was much different than today. Work was hard and laborious and typically extended from sunrise to sunset. There…READ MORE
In the never-ending quest for fresh and innovative ways to keep clients motivated, it seems our industry has landed upon something truly unique. Suspension training,…READ MORE
When trainers hear about Olympic weightlifting they immediately think of two things: either taking a loaded barbell and ripping it off the floor in one violent motion with minimal technique, or that the lifts are detrimental and deleterious to the health and well being of the person doing the lifts. These two assumptions highlight a vast miscomprehension of Olympic weightlifting.