22 09, 2014

Correcting 3 Common Olympic Lifting Mistakes

By |2019-09-18T03:42:46-07:00September 22nd, 2014|Advanced Training, All Articles, Home Page, Olympic Weghtlifting, Strength Training, Tips for Beginners, Training|0 Comments

If you like or read this article, please head back over to the official P360 Facebook page and click like on the post.  Facebook has changed it’s targeting rules making it harder for our helpful articles to make it to our members.  The more interaction we get on the articles, the greater chance you have [...]

20 08, 2014

Why Running Shoes Suck in the Gym

By |2019-09-18T03:43:23-07:00August 20th, 2014|Advanced Training, All Articles, Coach Dave Thomas, Home Page, Strength Training, Training|0 Comments

by Dave Thomas The last thing I want to convey is that you need to spend $200 on your shoes in order to see results.  You absolutely do not.  You can train in thick foam heels and still get good results, lose weight and get stronger.  No question.  Hell, our gym record of 565# deadlift [...]

18 07, 2014

4 “Weird” Movements Worth Mastering

By |2019-09-18T03:43:42-07:00July 18th, 2014|Advanced Training, All Articles, Coach Dave Thomas, Home Page, Strength Training, Training|0 Comments

By Dave Thomas "I don't feel anything.  Where am I supposed to feel it?" A question often received when performing at light weight the movements we are about to discuss.  In reality, these are often the best movements because they are so anti-isolationist in nature you have no real idea what part of your body [...]

11 07, 2014

Mentality: The “Other” Side of Training

By |2019-09-18T03:43:46-07:00July 11th, 2014|Advanced Training, All Articles, Coach Maria Alcoke, Endurance Athletes, Home Page, Strength Training, Tips for Beginners, Training|0 Comments

by Maria Alcoke In May of 2013, I completed my first half-Ironman race, The Wildflower Long Course triathlon. It is a 70.3 mile race consisting of a 1.2 mile swim, a 56 mile bike and a 13.1 mile run. It is considered one of the most challenging 70.3 courses in the nation and my completion [...]

5 07, 2014

Lats: The Silent Assassin

By |2019-09-18T03:43:51-07:00July 5th, 2014|Advanced Training, All Articles, Coach Dave Thomas, Home Page, Strength Training, Training|0 Comments

By Dave Thomas There's that scene in Zoolander where Mugatu has him on the runway and they trigger his subconscious to try and assassinate the Prime Minster of Malaysia.  He doesn't willfully decide or even participate, he just goes into kill mode. What if I told you there is one major muscle group in your [...]

1 07, 2014

Brace Yourselves

By |2019-09-18T03:43:54-07:00July 1st, 2014|Advanced Training, All Articles, Coach Robby Sparango, Home Page, Strength Training, Training|0 Comments

By Robby Sparango Pick your top 5 favorite lifts. Even more revealing, pick your top 5 least favorite lifts. Take your time, any lift, any variation of that lift, you name ‘em. All ten of your picks, however random they appear, all demand one thing in common. Abdominal bracing. This isn’t a reinvention of the [...]

21 04, 2014

The Psyche of the PR

By |2019-09-18T03:44:34-07:00April 21st, 2014|Advanced Training, All Articles, Coach Dave Thomas, Home Page, Strength Training, Training|0 Comments

Written by Dave Thomas Nothing feels better than seeing the past few months of hard work pay off and to move the previously immovable. Lifting heavy weight, aside from the myriad of benefits, is just a plain damn awesome feeling and one of the more direct form of feedback and positive stimulus we can get. [...]

13 03, 2014

Conventional or Sumo Deadlift?

By |2019-09-18T03:44:39-07:00March 13th, 2014|Advanced Training, All Articles, Coach Dave Thomas, Strength Training, Training|0 Comments

Conventional or Sumo Deadlift? By Dave Thomas Someone say deadlifts? No? You sure? Coulda sworn I heard someone say deadlifts. If there's a movement we know at Performance360, it's the deadlift. We've helped dozens of men and women pull over 500#/300# respectively, not to mention the hundreds of everyday folks we've helped consistently hit big PRs and avoid [...]