Archive for the ‘Strength’ Category

Great review paper that concluded that muscular strength can be elicited with ECCENTRIC (vs.concentric or isometric) actions to greater activate control and memory of movement in both the parietal and frontal lobe of the brain, which ultimately can better stimulate motor performance.

In Part 1 of this series, we thoroughly examined the real truth about energy systems, their classification, specifics of each energy system, correct terminology used, and most important, how each energy system is interconnected and contributes to one another for energy provisions.

We are flooded with a variety of training techniques that are meant to assist you in taking your program to the next level. Many of these techniques leave you with minimal results and take the place of a well-designed program. By far, the one training technique that I see misinterpreted the most is rest-pause training. This may […]

Recently, there has been this very unsettling trend within both social media and article postings online discussing the aspects of energy systems, training, and development. While this topic is critical to the improvement of athletic performance, implementation, and program design, the use of specific terms and application have been misinterpreted.