Results tagged “sports psychology”

CrossYourLimits Tricking Tutorials

Great collection.


5 Surprising Factors That Drive Training Results

Has your workout been stale lately?


From the archives : Card Tearing Anyone?

I'm travelling for a couple of weeks (back around March 15). In the meantime, here are a few hidden gems from the archives. Enjoy. Card Tearing Anyone? I don't care if you tear a stack of paper, a deck of...


From the Archives : 29 Things to do with a Barbell in the Corner

Time to get creative.


From the Archives : 10 Questions with Strongman Mike Gill

I'm travelling for a couple of weeks (back around March 15). In the meantime, here are a few hidden gems from the archives.


From the archives : Specific Training for the Transverse Abdominis - Belt It In

Time to tighten up your built-in belt.


Interview on the Deadlift with World Champion Christine Neff

And, I'm proud to say, she's my sister.


Is it Ever Too Cold to Exercise?

Not according to the NY Times.


TGIF : weekly round-up (WE Fri 18 Jan 08)

An extremely hot week here at Straight to the Bar.


Visualization: It's not just for Hippies

One of many tools to help you build a better body.


Get the Best out of your Heavy Sessions

Progress slowed? Time to kickstart things.


Total Body Workout in 10 Exercises

Just looking to get 'in shape'?


20 of the Best : 2007

A few personal favourites.


The Importance of Perfect Reps - Part Two

Think about it.


Eliminating the Lug Nuts: How to Find a Good Trainer

Time to get results.


Slide Board Reaction Drill

Very interesting combination.


The Benefit of Backward Rep Counting

Focus.


Grip Training - Lifting the Inch Replica Dumbbell III

Strategies.


The Cure for the Common Rep

You've been going to the gym for what seems like forever. The cute girl at the fitness shake stand knows you by your first name; the lug nut at the main desk doesn't even bother checking your ID anymore; and the jack*ss who spends eight hours a day, every day, in the gym knows by now that you don't want his unsolicited advice on how to properly perform each movement. Yet, in all that time you've never done anything different from the regular old run of the mill repetition. You begin with the weight at the bottom of the range of motion, you lift it as far as you can and then lower back it to the starting position--over and over and over again. Isn't it time for a change?


Specific Training for the Transverse Abdominis: Belt It In

Time to tighten up your built-in belt.


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