1102, 2014

6 Common Training Corrections

By |February 11th, 2014|Advanced Training, All Articles, Coach Dave Thomas, Strength Training, Training|0 Comments

By Dave Thomas

Throughout the course of a given workout, we all make mistakes.  Little break downs of technique, some obviously more evident and important than others, will certainly happen over thirty minutes.  These are corrections that will improve the efficiency and effectiveness of some of our staple movements.
Deadlift: Pull the Bar “In” To Your Hips
We […]

701, 2014

Execute Your Lift: The Importance of Intent

By |January 7th, 2014|Advanced Training, All Articles, Coach Robby Sparango, Strength Training, Training|0 Comments

By Robby Sparango

ex·e·cute

verb (used with object), ex·e·cut·ed, ex·e·cut·ing.

To carry out; accomplish: to execute a plan or order.
To perform or do: to execute a maneuver; to execute a gymnastic feat.
To inflict capital punishment on; put to death according to law.

 

Think of any horror, thriller or suspense film for a moment.

At some point, the antagonist is laid […]

1812, 2013

How I Gained 31 Pounds of Muscle at P360

By |December 18th, 2013|Advanced Training, All Articles, Home Page, Member Posts, Nutrition, Training|0 Comments

By Ryan Connell

Today’s guest post comes from member Ryan Connell who has put on 31 pounds of lean muscle in six months.  While we experience many successful fat loss stories at P360, we also see a lot of mass gaining in our men.

Here is how Ryan did it.

I should probably let you guys know […]

1612, 2013

The Importance of Weightlifting Tension

By |December 16th, 2013|Advanced Training, All Articles, Coach Dave Thomas, Home Page, Strength Training, Training|0 Comments

Written by Dave Thomas

Pavel defines tension as “the mechanism by which your muscles generate force”.

However, my favorite definition of tension: “Barely controlled hostility.”

Something pulled back so fierce the prevention of putting it into action is almost uncontrollable.

Both make it really simple.  The more tension you create prior to movement, the more potential you create for […]

3009, 2013

How Does Intermittent Fasting Work?

By |September 30th, 2013|Advanced Training, All Articles, Coach Dave Thomas, Home Page, Nutrition|0 Comments

How Does Intermittent Fasting Work?
By Dave Thomas and Bryan Pritz

Intermittent Fasting is all the rage these days, gaining significant traction in a lot of circles the past few years with big names around the industry touting its benefits and providing their own unique spin offs. The claim of IF is a simple one.  Burn fat […]

3105, 2013

Are You Harnessing the Power of Enzymes?

By |May 31st, 2013|Advanced Training, All Articles, Home Page|0 Comments

We’re in PB.  I get it.  I know that sometimes we wake up on a Monday or Sunday not feeling so great, and that is most likely to happen again after our 2-year anniversary rager this Saturday.  Therefore, I have some things that will help you speed up that horrible detox process and get you […]

505, 2013

Mass Gain for Men

By |May 5th, 2013|Advanced Training, All Articles, Coach Dave Thomas, Home Page, Strength Training, Training|0 Comments

We’re going to pre-empt this article by saying, “Read the title”.

We are undoubtably going to get some snarky comment from someone saying we’re stupid, we know nothing about nutrition, this isn’t Paleo, we hate babies and many other things that will only indicate his/her inability to lift heavy stuff and/or be muscular.

So…please just read the […]

2504, 2013

The Real Causes of Injury

By |April 25th, 2013|Advanced Training, All Articles, Coach Dave Thomas, Home Page, Strength Training, Training|0 Comments

The Real Causes of Injury
Today we’re going to address the controversial topic of injuries.  We can pretend all day long they don’t exist, but that doesn’t make them any less real.

In addition, please forgive me if this article is scattered.  I woke up this morning with no intention to write but it kind of hit […]