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We all love the idea of self-improvement. Men and women of all ages enjoy making lists of goals, most of which they never achieve. The same is true for fitness goals. It’s easy to make lists of what you’d like to accomplish from a health and fitness standpoint but not so easy to consistently achieve […]
The mindset of a great athlete or one trying to become a great athlete takes constant work and isn’t created overnight. It’s an everyday process because it requires sacrifice and dedication which many aren’t willing to do. Some people will try to discount others’ hard work for reasons like ‘Genetic Freak’ but that’s so they […]
Eating healthy or staying “on track” does not have to mean remembering food rules every time you go to the pantry. It’s quite the opposite. Eating and mealtimes should be a personal and enjoyable experience, not just a means to an end. If you’re ready to ditch dieting, and start eating to be your best, then […]
The concept of Points of Flexion training has been around for decades, first credited to Arnold (no last name needed) in the 1970’s. So what is Points of Flexion? Points of Flexion is the concept of training a muscle in all three of its anatomical positions: stretched, mid-range, and shortened. If we examine the biceps […]
1. Promise Results With A Specific Timeline As a strength coach you should have an idea where you would like a client to be but to promise results that are extremely difficult with an exact timeline attached is stupid and ignorant.Example: The typical online jump program promising 9 inches on vertical in 3weeks.A more appropriate […]