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Fear has swept the globe with the COVID-19 outbreak and many are forced to stay at home and avoid social contact for an undetermined amount of time. For those of us in the fitness industry, there is a lot of uncertainty with regards to when it will be safe to return to the gym and
The use of bands is likely a missing aspect of your programming that allows for many advantages that straight weight does not have. Using a band accommodates the “strength curve” meaning tension increases where we are strongest. Furthermore, bands are a powerful tool for both strength development, activation drills prior to your training session, as
Maximal Aerobic Power has long been considered a major factor in the sport of endurance. However, as we delve into the Sport of CrossFit, many more theories are being approached by trainers and coaches throughout the world. The main question: how do we approach training an athlete for the Aerobic Power System? The above question
No physique is complete without a great set of guns and developing a great set of biceps will take more than just hanging out at the dumbbell rack cranking out alternating curls. It will also take more than your standard machine curls too. Instead, having a balanced approach encompassing multiple angles & loading schemes is
Lockout strength for competitive CrossFitters is paramount to their success on a number of levels. And this isn’t the case just for max effort overhead lifts, lockout ability spans across almost every single event in competition. CrossFitters are constantly asked to lock weight out whether it be dynamically or isometrically in a variety of scenarios. Of course,
Follow the hashtag #conjugate on IG and you’ll likely see scores of people using bands and/or chains on a regular basis. It’s become a well-known fact that using accommodating resistance improves Rate of Force Development (RFD) but there are other benefits that are not as obvious but equally as important. The best part is that