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It’s all too common to fall into the trap of taking training advice from social media “experts” that might have a great six-pack or killer buns. The reality is that having great abs and glutes are not necessarily indicative of a great coach. What’s worse is CrossFit games level athletes posting their “active recovery day”
As a society with information at our fingertips at any given point in the day, you can follow just about any of your favorite strength coaches and trainers on social media and get bombarded by knowledge bombs every minute, on the minute, if you please. This can be a blessing and a curse, though, as
Glutes – the cornerstone of health & performance Direct glute training has become the Instagram-go-to for those looking to increase their number of followers or sell programs. And to be honest, that’s perfectly fine as direct training for the buns has too many benefits outside of just the aesthetics to ignore. At BP we are
In the strength and conditioning world, strength is often prioritized and conditioning is somewhat of an after-thought. To give you an example, take the typical college football program (I’m going to use mine as an example of one I’ve had the first-hand experience with.) Between your main lifting sessions, you’ll see things such as field
For years many coaches in CrossFit circles assert that conditioning should take precedence over strength work; some of the biggest names in the biz follow promote this mantra. This is clear in anyone’s programming that follows a traditional CrossFit model or CrossFit.com where “strength” days are seldom. And don’t expect to see single-joint hypertrophy work that
Social media has lied to you – it’s not about crushing your soul daily with exorbitant amounts of handstand push-ups and full snatches. And it’s not about pushing yourself to the max daily in hopes of making gainz. It’s about training for the long haul pain-free while still being able to progress all facets of