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December 25, 2017

For me, the Plank is both the easiest and hardest thing to do. It is easy to do because you don't need any equipment, and the hardest because it destroys your abs, and strengthens your entire body - it makes the core pop, strengthens your lower back and builds up your...

September 5, 2017

No matter the sports...running, biking, or rowing, efficiency in movement will undoubtedly bring better performance. So why don't we practice the movement patterns better? Well, everyone gets caught up in the skills or game aspect. From when we were kids, we played a l...

June 18, 2017

Circuit training involves workouts in which you do multiple different strength-training exercises in a row, with a minimal rest in between. These exercises help activate and build muscles, and quickly transitioning from one to the next keeps your heart rate high. In ad...

February 10, 2017

As a part-time strength and conditioning coach for a high school in San Francisco, I see a lot of teen athletes, who play lots of games yet do very little to keep their bodies/knees ready for them. This can be a recipe for disaster. 

Girls are 8x more likely to suffer f...

June 16, 2016

We like circuit training for many reasons. There is also a great many ways to execute circuit training.

Be sure you get at least 12 different stations, alternating upper body and lower body and then full body. begin with 1:30 min of activity then :30-:45 off x 12. The y...

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