We’ve all seen those guys at the gym doing pull ups. You know the ones I mean, they smash out the reps, they move really fast, but don’t seem to be doing a lot. They stay up at the top and barely get their shoulders lower than their elbows. When I am training, I… Continue reading Get The Most Out Of Each Rep: What Is Range Of Motion And How Does It Affect Your Training?
It’s April, the second quarter is on and if you haven’t been holding true to your 2016 goals, then what better time to start than now, ready for summer, you’ve got a few months to fix up. I fell off the wagon early on in the year, but I have spent the last 4… Continue reading My Training Goals And Progressions: Strength Cycle March-April 2016
Isometric exercises are great for strength and conditioning, you can easily get a good workout from a few select exercises held for an extended period of time. The biggest challenge with isometrics is breathing. If you aren’t breathing, you will never last more than 10 seconds. Isometrics use a lot of energy even though they… Continue reading Isometric Breathing – How To Hold 1 Minute L-Sits