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4 Mechanical Tactics To Improve Your Strength Besides Lifting Heavy

4 Mechanical Tactics To Improve Your Strength Besides Lifting Heavy

  1. Are you struggling to lift heavy due to injuries and ailments? 
  2. Do you feel like your quality of movement is suffering when you try to lift heavy? 
  3. Have you seen a drop off in your strength because you’re not able to lift heavy as frequently?
  4. Are you wanting to build strength and muscle, but have experienced too much disruption in your normal heavy lifting routine? 

In order to maintain and improve your strength you have to visualize your body as the blade of a knife. If you put that knife away after use and never do anything to consistently sharpen that blade then it will dull and rust. Likewise if you don’t know how to handle the knife you can damage the blade. Your body responds the same way in regards to what you do to improve it’s function. You have to keep the blade sharp and learn how to do so by thinking outside of the realm of always trying to hit the heavy lift…especially at the expense of quality movement.

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8 Simple Strategies To Optimize Your Functional Fitness Workouts

8 Simple Strategies To Optimize Your Functional Fitness Workouts

 

  1. Are you hitting plateaus in your training? 
  2. Have you been disappointed in your recent progress concerning your workouts? 
  3. Do you experience difficulty in movement and with joint pain? 
  4. Are you looking for optimal time efficient training? 

If you’re disappointed in your training and your results you need to evaluate the optimization of your functional fitness workouts. In other words, you need to look at how you can go about making the adjustments you need in your workouts to get more bang for your training buck! Surely you like the sound of this and if so then you need to read today’s article and apply these strategies.

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How Should You Train For MMA?

How Should You Train For MMA?

  1. Are you curious about what you should do to optimally train for MMA? 
  2. Are you looking to improve your fitness and performance? 
  3. Do you want to learn more about what you should be doing to make you a better fighter? 

If you’re looking to train for MMA to improve your fitness and build the strength and agility of a jungle cat then you need to train with that purpose. Trust me, I understand where you’re coming from with this and what you need to do.

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Close Your Eyes For Optimal Functional Fitness

Close Your Eyes For Optimal Functional Fitness

  1. Are you interested in improving your functional fitness in a unique way?
  2. Are you interested in developing an ability to master movement? 
  3. Are you ready to take your training to the next level?

Believe it or not one unique training tactic that I will lean on at times to polish up a trainee’s technique involves blindfolding them, or having them close their eyes during the execution of some strength movements.

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Are Pull-Ups Bad For Your Training?

Are Pull-Ups Bad For Your Training?

  1. Does it seem pull-ups have been causing you pain and discomfort lately? 
  2. Do you suffer from shoulder pain and discomfort? 
  3. Are you doing pull-ups on a frequent basis? 

So I know you read that title and thought, “What is coach talking about?” The short answer is No…pull-ups are not bad for you, but poor programming can be very bad for you.

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