As strength coaches one thing that enables us to advance a trainee, or athlete is being able to identify weaknesses. It’s sort of counterintuitive because even though we’re called “strength coaches” in many cases the ability for us to investigate and identify weaknesses is what makes us successful. It’s sort of like we’re the Sherlock Holmes detectives of the iron game!
I just recently touched on an element of training that I like to refer to as the P.P.T rule that I like to utilize with my athletes on a fairly regular basis. I often have a different approach with a lot of my clients and athletes when it comes to fitness and strength and this particular method can certainly fall into that category. If you like training outdoors then this should be right up your alley. Take a minute to read and include this strategy into your strength and conditioning program if you are a fierce competitor that likes beating up on the competition! Feel free to let me know how it works for you my friend.
As a strength and conditioning specialist I have to say that the kettlebell snatch is my personal favorite in all the kettlebell lifts that can be performed. If you want to know why this lift is so valuable then permit yourself a minute to tune in and continue reading this article. I have trained many athletes and many folks that are serious about fitness and this single lift proves to be beneficial for all of them!