09 Jul 18

Training Methods Series: Part 7

Circuits The term "Circuit" typically refers to a training method including 5-12 exercises, completed in succession with little to no rest. Circuits can be completed by performing a prescribed number…

08 Jul 18

Training Methods Series: Part 6

Giant Sets Complete four or more exercises consectivley with no rest between exercises. Giant sets are typically comprised of exercises focused on a single  muscle group, this differentiates them from…

03 Jul 18

Training Methods Series: Part 1

Cumulative Sets Select a weight that you can complete for 8-12 reps, in good form and at a controlled tempo. Begin the workout by completing one rep at your selected…

06 Mar 18

6 Time Based Sled Workouts

Previous articles have focused primarily on workouts based on completing prescribed distances. This time, we'll take a look at workouts based on prescribed time domains. Links to Previous Articles: 9…

13 Oct 17

More Fun with Sleds

  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…

03 Oct 17

The Pullover

The “Upper-Body Squat” The Pullover was the first machine that Arthur Jones built of what would become fitness giant “Nautilus Inc” (he sold the first one in 1970). He claimed…

13 Jun 17

The Skill of Acquiring Skills

They know enough who know how to learn ~Henry Adams Passive vs. Proactive We all have a choice to make: Will you choose to take responsibility for the process of…

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