2007, 2017

Coach’s Lab 6: The Proper Way to DB Row

By |July 20th, 2017|All Articles, Coach Dave Thomas, Coach's Lab, Home Page, Quick Thoughts, Strength Training, The Movement Fix, Tips for Beginners, Training, Videos|0 Comments

Coach’s Lab 6: The Proper Way to DB Row
Rowing is great movement for balance in our scapular muscles, as well we building strength and muscle in our upper body. However, these benefits are only received if you pay close attention to proper rowing technique.
FAULT: Rowing high on the pec = Engaging the upper scapular muscles. […]

1207, 2017

Coach’s Lab 5: Fix Your Clean “Drop”

By |July 12th, 2017|All Articles, Coach Julianne Russell, Coach's Lab, Home Page, Olympic Weghtlifting, Strength Training, Training, Videos|0 Comments

Fix Your Clean “Drop”
by Julianne Russell

Do you need in the following areas of the hang position clean?

Slow getting underneath the bar?
Unable to catch in a full front squat position?
Constantly having to pull high to compensate for lack of speed?
PRs are limited because you can’t squat the bar up after catching?

If so, […]

2102, 2017

How to Do a Kettlebell Windmill

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HOW TO DO A KETTLEBELL WINDMILL
by Dave Thomas
Performance360

Our perspective is that an athlete should have just as much strength in slow, controlled movements that require a high degree of stability as they do in high speed barbell movements that display power and athleticism. The kettlebell windmill is an excellent tool to train the former and reveal weakness. […]

1502, 2017

Relationship Between Neck and Hip Position the Push-Up

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Relationship Between Neck and Hip Position in the Push-Up
by Dave Thomas
Performance360

The push-up is a movement that most people think they have mastered, when in reality very few athletes actually perform well. There are few keys to the push-up that we want to focus on when performing reps.

Start by creating tension in the lower half, but always […]

1302, 2017

Correct Front Squat Grip

By |February 13th, 2017|Coach Julianne Russell, Home Page, Olympic Weghtlifting, Strength Training, Tips for Beginners, Training, Videos|0 Comments

Correct Front Squat Grip
by Julianne Russell
Performance360 Head Coach

A lot of people ask, “Where should my hands be on the front squat? How far apart should my front squat grip be? Where should the elbows be on a front squat?”

It is important that the hands be just outside of the shoulders so that the shoulders are […]

2501, 2017

What is the Foundation of Fitness?

By |January 25th, 2017|All Articles, Coach Dave Thomas, Home Page, Overall Wellness, Strength Training, Tips for Beginners, Training|0 Comments

WHAT IS THE FOUNDATION OF FITNESS?
Written by Dave Thomas

I feel one of the biggest areas of failure in today’s fitness and athlete psychology is the premature insistence upon reaching the upper echelon of achievement.

Invariably, if you skip important steps, the lack of foundation will reveal itself. Guaranteed. It’s like taking a leaky boat out to […]

2401, 2017

Where to Grip the Bar on a Back Squat?

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Where to Grip the Bar on a Back Squat?
by Julianne Russell
USAW Level 2, Head Coach

A lot of athletes wonder where to grip the bar on a back squat? Gripping too narrow can cause the elbows to flare upward, which tips the torso forward in an undesirable manner. Gripping too wide can disengage the lats, which […]

601, 2017

Split Jerk Common Mistakes

By |January 6th, 2017|All Articles, Coach Julianne Russell, Home Page, Olympic Weghtlifting, Strength Training, Training, Videos|0 Comments

SPLIT JERK COMMON MISTAKES
By Julianne Russell, Head Coach
USAW Level 2

Coach Julianne takes us through a quick overview of the split jerk, including three main parts of the lift.

Rack Positioning
The Dip & Drive
The Lockout & Recovery

Set-up cues and common mistakes. Enjoy.

2612, 2016

102 Training Tips to Kick Major Ass in 2017

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102 Training Tips to Kick Major Ass in 2017
Written by Dave Thomas
Owner, Performance360

Welcome to your consolidated guide to results in the New Year. If you have a goal, chances are we’ve coached it at Performance360, and will coach it again this year. In our near six years of growth and establishing ourselves as a leader […]

2706, 2016

Coach Brenna on the Sport of Powerlifting

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COACH BRENNA ON THE SPORT OF POWERLIFTING
Written by Brenna Bulach
Performance360 Coach

If you would have told me five years ago that I would now be a competitive powerlifter, I would have laughed in your face. Granted, I’ve always been competitive, but my athletic “career” has been plagued with numerous ankle rolls, a torn labrum in my […]