Posts Tagged with "med ball training"
One Drill to Build Athleticism?
Today’s guest post is not only the last guest post of 2014 (sad face), but comes from good friend and regular contributor, Michael Anderson. Enjoy! When you are in your first year of damn near any Exercise Science or Strength and Conditioning program in college, one of your professors will inevitably ask you to define… Read more
Why I Don’t Use the Olympic Lifts
Blogging is funny sometimes. There are instances where I feel I put a lot of time and effort into a post thinking to myself that I’m easily going to win some kind of blogging Pulitzer or that I’m going to step outside my apartment and a ticker-tape parade will just spontaneously erupt complete with a… Read more
Med Ball Training Do’s and Don’ts
Today’s guest post comes to you from Michael Anderson, Boston based strength coach and personal trainer. Mike has contributed a handful of posts on this site, and this one is yet another fantastic piece. Enjoy! The medicine ball is often seen as an archaic tool because they’ve been around for so long. Sand filled balls… Read more