Results tagged “stretching”

Looking At : Jun 26, 2016

During the past week we've discussed a number of great links; on Google+, Twitter, Nuzzel and so on. Here are a few of my favourites.


Video for Gymchat 257 - Muscle Activation Techniques (Eric Seifert)

How does it all work?


Gymchat 257 - Muscle Activation Techniques (Eric Seifert)

How does it all work?


Video for Gymchat 256 - Injury Prevention & Management (John Paul Catanzaro)

Have you ever been unable to train due to injury? How do you minimise the risk of it happening again?


How They Got Started : Ray Hulm

How it all began.


Stretching Your Boundaries - Flexibility Training for Extreme Calisthenic Strength

Stretching Your Boundaries.This looks fantastic. Making its way instantly to the top of my 'books to read' list is Stretching Your Boundaries - the latest offering from the inimitable Al Kavadlo. And as the name implies, Stretching Your Boundaries is Al's own thinking on the use of stretching with bodyweight training. Perfect. Full review shortly; in the meantime though, here's a quick comment from the Amazon page to give you an idea : What is fantastic about this book is the first part - a complete manifesto about stretching and stretch safety. If you had any doubts about stretching, this part of the book is worth the money alone. Stretching Your Boundaries. NB : the links above are for the Kindle edition; a paperback version is available over on the Dragon Door site.


Gymchat 200 - Beginning Powerlifting (with Chadwick Haines)

Where do you begin?


Conor's Corner : Hockey Training with Bands - The Band Pushup

More band goodness.


Conor's Corner : Hockey Training with Bands - Overhead Band Squat

A great way to get started with bands.


Video For Gymchat 199 - Stretching & Warming Up (with Conor Doherty)

Thanks again to everyone who watched and took part in the discussion Gymchat 199 - Stretching & Warming Up (with Conor Doherty) - much appreciated. If you haven't seen it yet (or simply want to go over a particular point again), here's the entire video. Look forward to hearing your comments.


Gymchat 199 - Stretching & Warming Up (with Conor Doherty)

How do you get your stretch on?


Conor's Corner : Hockey Training with the Overloaded Trap Bar Deadlift

A Quick Introduction : This is a series of brief weekly videos by Personal Trainer Conor Doherty looking at various aspects of Performance Training for Hockey. For an in-depth discussion of this subject check out Gymchat 194, and of course Star Factory Fitness. Great site. cheers, Scott


Conor's Corner : Trap Bar Deadlifts

A Quick Introduction : This is a series of brief weekly videos by Personal Trainer Conor Doherty looking at various aspects of Performance Training for Hockey. For an in-depth discussion of this subject check out Gymchat 194, and of course Star Factory Fitness. Great site. cheers, Scott


Conor's Corner : Sport Specific Exercises

A Quick Introduction : This is a series of brief weekly videos by Personal Trainer Conor Doherty looking at various aspects of Performance Training for Hockey. For an in-depth discussion of this subject check out Gymchat 194, and of course Star Factory Fitness. Great site. cheers, Scott


Conor's Corner : Importance of Hip and Thoracic Spine Mobility For Hockey

A Quick Introduction : This is a series of brief weekly videos by Personal Trainer Conor Doherty looking at various aspects of Performance Training for Hockey. For an in-depth discussion of this subject check out Gymchat 194, and of course Star Factory Fitness. Great site. cheers, Scott


Gymchat 197 - Stretching & Warming Up (with Conor Doherty)

The various ways to get your stretch on.


Conor's Corner : Training Outside of Your Comfort Zone

Time to challenge yourself.


Conor's Corner : Dynamic Stretching Before A Workout

A Quick Introduction : This is a series of brief weekly videos by Personal Trainer Conor Doherty looking at various aspects of Performance Training for Hockey. For an in-depth discussion of this subject check out Gymchat 194, and of course Star Factory Fitness. Great site. cheers, Scott


Looking At : Jan 27, 2013

During the past week we've discussed a number of great links; on Google+, Twitter, the Daily 'Paper' and so on. Here are a few of my favourites.


A Brief History of Circuit Training and Peripheral Heart Action (PHA)

How it all began.


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