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Tri-Sets: Part 2

December 16, 2019

In this article, we will discuss five variables that can be manipulated in order to change the stimulus created by Tri-Sets.A Tri-Set is performed by completing three exercises in succession, no rest between exercises. Link to previous Tri-Sets Article Five…

Training Methods Series: Part 4 Compound Sets

Compound Sets To perform a Compound Set, select two exercises that work protagonistic muscle groups. (push/push or pull/pull) Don't allow for any rest between exercises. Synonyms of the word Compound: aggravate, exacerbate, worsen, add to, augment, intensify, heighten, increase, magnify;…

Core Stability (IAP)

October 17, 2017

Core Stability Conundrum by Dr. Cameron Khavari, D.C., M.U.A.C. Intra-Abdominal Pressure (IAP) In my chiropractic practice, a lot of athletes come in saying that their programs include core work or core stability training. The issue, however, is that core stability…

More Fun with Sleds

October 13, 2017

  More Fun with Sleds Some sports (and professions) require athletes to switch quickly between strength-based and endurance-based tasks. One way to address this demand in training is to blur the lines between strength and conditioning. This can be accomplished…

Feel The Burn with “1.5 Reps”

September 9, 2017

It is typically human nature to seek the path of least resistance. Unfortunately, the path of least resistance usually isn’t the most effective means of generating a potent stimulus. 1.5 reps can be an effective way to make training more…

When Should You Foam Roll?

August 29, 2017

Do you foam roll before or after working out? Foam rolling can have a range of different effects on the body, which means that athletes need to consider timing in order to maximize benefits. If you only foam roll prior…

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