2208, 2016

5 Things I've Learned in 6 Months Coaching at P360

By |August 22nd, 2016|All Articles, Coach Will Safford, Home Page, Uncategorized|1 Comment

5 THINGS I’VE LEARNED IN 6 MONTHS COACHING AT P360
Written by Will Safford
Performance60 Coach

I’ve felt incredibly fortunate to be a part of Performance360 over the last six months. I’ve learned many things by being here, but here five that stick out to me.
1. The women here kick ass.
I been a trainer in the fitness industry for […]

2208, 2016

5 Things I’ve Learned in 6 Months Coaching at P360

By |August 22nd, 2016|All Articles, Coach Will Safford, Home Page|1 Comment

5 THINGS I’VE LEARNED IN 6 MONTHS COACHING AT P360
Written by Will Safford
Performance60 Coach

I’ve felt incredibly fortunate to be a part of Performance360 over the last six months. I’ve learned many things by being here, but here five that stick out to me.
1. The women here kick ass.
I been a trainer in the fitness industry for […]

1007, 2016

Targeting Common Training Dysfunctions, Part II

By |July 10th, 2016|All Articles, Coach Will Safford, Home Page, Mobility, Training|0 Comments

TARGETING COMMON TRAINING DYSFUNCTIONS, PART II
Written by Will Safford, CSCS
Performance360 Coach

In Part 1 we discussed some frequently neglected, yet highly important, smaller muscles and their contribution to injury prevention, posture, and performance in your main lifts. Although these muscles aren’t very glamorous from an aesthetic standpoint, and may seem like a chore to train, they will improve your […]

1505, 2016

Targeting Common Training Dysfunctions, Part 1

By |May 15th, 2016|All Articles, Coach Will Safford, Home Page, Mobility, Overall Wellness, Training|0 Comments

Targeting Common Training Dysfunctions, Part 1
by Will Safford, CSCS

The majority of results in the gym arrive via training the big muscle groups in compound movements like squats, presses, and pulls. The deadlift, squat, and press build serious strength, pack on muscle, burn loads of calories, and incorporate a wide variety of muscles and joints. These […]

2803, 2016

7 Sins in the Gym

By |March 28th, 2016|All Articles, Coach Will Safford, Home Page, Tips for Beginners, Training|0 Comments

7 Sins in the Gym
by Will Safford, CSCS, USAW, SFG
Performance360 Coach

The longer I coach at Performance360, the more I see the incredibly valuable tools in place to help members. It got me thinking on ways to best utilize them all to ensure you always stay progressing.

Here are seven things to avoid in your training.
1. Not […]

1403, 2016

Strength Without Size

By |March 14th, 2016|All Articles, Coach Will Safford, Home Page, Strength Training, Tips for Beginners, Training|0 Comments

Strength Without Size
by Will Safford, C.S.C.S
Performance360 Coach, CSCS, USAW, StrongFirst SFG

Get strong and you’ll be better equipped to build muscle, burn fat, run a race, play your sport. In other words, all fitness goals are capable when you are strong first.

Absolute strength should be a goal on everyone’s list. There’s a saying by Brett Jones, […]

1502, 2016

What's the Difference Between Mobility and Flexibility?

By |February 15th, 2016|All Articles, Coach Will Safford, Coaching Staff Articles, Home Page, Mobility, Overall Wellness, Uncategorized|0 Comments

What’s the Difference Between Mobility and Flexibility?
by Will Safford
Performance360 Coach, CSCS, CPT, USAW, StrongFirst SFG

Mobility and flexibility are terms that get thrown around in unison all too often. Aren’t they the same thing? Is there even a difference? If I stretch more won’t I become more mobile? These are innocent questions that pop up regularly, […]

1502, 2016

What’s the Difference Between Mobility and Flexibility?

By |February 15th, 2016|All Articles, Coach Will Safford, Coaching Staff Articles, Home Page, Mobility, Overall Wellness|0 Comments

What’s the Difference Between Mobility and Flexibility?
by Will Safford
Performance360 Coach, CSCS, CPT, USAW, StrongFirst SFG

Mobility and flexibility are terms that get thrown around in unison all too often. Aren’t they the same thing? Is there even a difference? If I stretch more won’t I become more mobile? These are innocent questions that pop up regularly, […]