I wish this post with paste over here, but the videos aren't working and I have to get to New Years with the wife!
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Happy New Years! -Joe
Added by Joe Hashey on December 31, 2008 at 8:49pm —
REV Band Bench w/ Greens
Barx5 135x5 225x5 275x3 315x1 365x1 375x1 385x1 (Youtube)
Bench Press no band 225x3x5
Log Press 3xwhatever 86kg (Youtube)
1a E Row 3x10 155
1b Dips 3x25
2a Lat raise 2x10 30
2b DB curl 2x10 30
2c Chin Ups 2x3
Neck with band 1x20 front and back
3a Rope Climb 3x3trips (up and down=1trip) (Youtube)
3b BS Flys… Continue
Added by Richard Canter on December 30, 2008 at 1:03pm —
We plan on adding an athletic performance section to our website. Any submissions are welcome from this network. We are currently working with a few NHL and Major Junior hockey players and will be including this information shortly.
Added by Anthony McGarr on December 30, 2008 at 3:05am —
Clean and Jerk 9x2 80kg
Last set is on You Tube, I should have paused more on the hang.
Light Farmers 50ft up and back 3x 135per hand
Added by Richard Canter on December 29, 2008 at 1:16pm —
1a Cambered Bar Back Squat 8x2 275
1b Pull Ups 8x2
2a Stadium 52 steps
2b KB Swing 4x10
2c Glute Ham 4x10
3a Toan Rows 3x10
3b DB upright Row 3x10 30s
3c Hammer Curls 3x10 30s Continue
Added by Richard Canter on December 28, 2008 at 3:09pm —
I have been reading a lot about the conjugate method of training (Supertraining by Mel Siff and Science and Practice of Strength Training by Zatsiorsky and Kraemer to name a few), specifically the Westside Method and its variations. It seems that max effort and dynamic effort training is the far superior method to increase our athletes strength.
I was wondering what some of the college strength and conditioning coaches think about the conjugate method and its effectiveness in their… Continue
Added by Marc Agnello on December 28, 2008 at 9:57am —
Zerchers Barx5 135×5 185×3 225×1 275×1 315×1
RDL 4×10 225
Walking Lunge 3 trips with 70 lbs in each hand about 26 total steps.
Added by Richard Canter on December 24, 2008 at 1:19pm —
Bench Press with Rev Band Purple
Worked up to 325x1 then 275 3x5 1x4
Log Press 76kg 3x5 Technique is looking better
Seated Row 5x10 200-240
Log Curls 3x10
1a Med Ball Chest Pass 4x20
1bPull Ups 4x3
Added by Richard Canter on December 23, 2008 at 1:23pm —
The University of Richmond just completed a fantastic season on the football gridiron by winning the Division 1 Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) (formerly Division I-AA) National Championship. This championship and the inclusion of other CAA teams in the playoffs (such as James Madison University) prompted a question: Is the Colonial Athletic Conference the most dominant FCS conference in the country? To further promote discussion, consider this:
In addition to Richmond… Continue
Added by David Harris on December 23, 2008 at 10:59am —
Looking for a few performance coaches for Spring and Summer of 09, in the North Texas area (Dallas/Ft. Worth). Apply now to: Denny@EDGE-SP.com.
Added by Denny Bonewitz on December 22, 2008 at 9:17am —
135x3 185x3 225x1 275x1 315x1 365x1 385xmiss 365x2x1 385xmiss
225x3 275x1 315x1 365x1 405x1 455xmiss
Walking Lunge 3 trips around 23 steps for 1 w/ 65s
KB Swing 3x10 45
Hanging Leg Raise Hold with 20kg plate on my lap 3x15sec
Rev Hypers 3x10
Added by Richard Canter on December 18, 2008 at 3:20pm —
On December 10th, we conducted the first "Combat Hard" Combative Skills clinic at Greater Atlanta Christian School. 33 athletes and coaches were in attendance. We worked on thai pad basic drills and added in a few MMA drills for fun. All the youth athletes had a blast and I can ensure you that they want more.
For more information, please visit my blog at http://combativeskills.blogspot.com/.
A website with more information will be available in Jan.
Be safe and… Continue
Added by Steven Mosley on December 13, 2008 at 10:20pm —
While some sports primarily use one energy system (such as a cross-country athlete who primarily uses her/his aerobic system), others, such as American soccer, require excellent aerobic and anaerobic conditioning in order to maximize performance. While professionals working in sports requiring equal aerobic and anaerobic training seem to incorporate training that taxes both systems on a regular basis, I am curious about professionals working with athletes who primarily use their aerobic systems… Continue
Added by David Harris on December 11, 2008 at 5:01pm —