Become More Films, Ep. 2: Ryan Carlyle Member, Ryan Carlyle discusses how she uses fitness to #BecomeMore as a United States Olympian. "I was in genuine shock."
[Coach's Lab 14] Bracing and Tension Knowing how and where to brace in the proper part of our spine is a very important part of safety and efficiency in the power lifts. -Julianne Russell @JulesTeaches Related Viewing: Coach's Lab 12: Balance in the RDL Coach's Lab 10: Strength 202 Coach's Lab 9: Ankle Function in [...]
[FCC] 3 Forms of Communication and Learning Athletes learn in three different forms and it's important we know how, when, and why to communicate in all three. -Dave Thomas @VirginiaDave Coaches, Early Bird Pricing for our upcoming November FCC Coach’s Certification Weekend ends 9/30. To apply, visit the official FCC page. Related Videos: Descriptive vs. Prescriptive [...]
Coach's Lab 12: RDL Balance and Footwork The single leg Romanian Deadlift is one of the best unilateral movements we can do to train the posterior chain, and the anterior core. Check out these tips to get more out of the movement, and spend less time trying to constantly balance. Keep your gaze fixed on [...]
What Are the Benefits of Landmine Training? Coaches, for information about our upcoming November FCC Coach's Certification Weekend, and how to apply, visit the official FCC page. I have many favorite presses. French press. The free press. Full court press. Jamie Pressly. And, the Landmine Press. About six months ago we made the investment to stock both [...]
Coach's Lab 10: Strength 202 Coaches, we are happy to announce our FCC certification weekend, open to the public for the first time in six years, November 3rd - 5th in San Diego, CA. For more information, and how to apply for this knowledge filled 3-day weekend, visit the official FCC page. The following is a [...]
How to Strengthen Your Adductors Without Machines The epicenter of power and strength in humans is at our hips. Lack the ability to extend the hips both forcefully and efficiently, and you will not be strong or powerful. However, power cannot occur without first developing stability. It's like trying to run on ice. So, training the prime movers [...]
Coach's Lab 8: Fix Your Hip Angle to Improve Stroke Economy One of the most common mistakes that we see are athletes who break their hips open way too early. In the transition from the catch to the drive, many athletes will open up early, which causes a bleed in power, slower time, and higher fatigue [...]