Results tagged “Training Concepts & Strategies”

Squatting Like a 5-year-old

Apart from the depth, that is.

Gym Etiquette

Any you'd like to add?

Mayo Clinic Endorses The Wii Concept

The perfect moment to grab a Nintendo Wii.

Training Young Athletes

The International Youth Conditioning Association's Brian Grasso and Mike Boyle discuss the training of young athletes [zipped .m4a, 17mb]. A very good listen....

A Spartan Workout

Great ways to train.

Workout Locations: the Beach

When it comes to outdoor training, the beach is ideal.

The Next Generation

More video goodness (streaming, 16.5mb .flv download via KeepVid) from Zach Even-Esh; this time showing just how he trains younger athletes. How? Exactly the same way as everyone else. Good stuff....

Timing Rest

Blaine wraps up our article series on rest with a look at Timing Rest. This article looks at the most effective way to measure rest break length (for various workout types) as well as offering a few basic timing strategies....

Tetris Weightlifting

For those days when you really don't feel like going to the gym.

Tiger Time

Saturday is rapidly becoming blog-finding day.

22 Minutes of Goodness

Jim Wendler shares a few thoughts.

Keeping Up To Date With Feeds

From two or three to well over twenty.

Upper Back for the Bench

Just how important is it for your bench press? Over to Jim.

That Old Familiar Feeling

Waking up feeling stiff and sore.

PR Table

Sunday seems to be the great catch-up day.

Structural Balance Test

How much?

Prilepin Table

How many?

Change of Pace

A combination of Bruce Lee and attempted sleep.

Westside Dead Lift Secrets

This review looks at the 2003 DVD edition of the Deadlift Secrets offering, which is an updated version of its early '90s predecessor. Whilst there has been a significant amount of change to some aspects of the Westside approach, the fundamentals remain constant and this DVD helps to show just how important those fundamental concepts are.

More Frequent Notes

Just a quick note to mention that weekly summaries have been replaced by more frequent logs of the workouts themselves. Have a look through the workouts category to get an idea of recent training sessions.

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