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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
The uptick in interest regarding unilateral training has been noticeable over the last few years. People are getting smarter and realizing that if they are only focusing on the “sexy” bilateral movements they’ll likely miss out on gains and/or get injured. Because of the cold-hard fact that unilateral training has a place in any great program, more
Concentric movements have been around for as long as I can remember. Paul Anderson, arguably the strongest human to ever walk the earth, invented the “Anderson Squat”. Anderson would set up a loaded barbell on the ground with a hole in the middle. He would get under the bar starting in a partial squat and
Co-written By Jason Brown & Jonathan Robicheau As a young coach, I can remember spending a significant amount of time searching for new exercises. This was around the early 2000s so the available information pales in comparison to what is out there today. I recall finding a bare-bones website – no frills just lists of
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