Posts Tagged with "single leg training"
Single leg training isn’t sexy to talk, much less write about. In terms of excitement factor I’d rank it somewhere between a watching a NASCAR race and picking lint out of your belly button. I can understand the cacophony of subsequent eye rolls and yawns that are being directed my way. “An article on single… Read more
Coincidentally enough I choose the picture for today’s guest post before actually reading it. Oops, a minor editorial mistake. You see, as you’ll learn below, placing a barbell on your back during single leg exercises – while not a wrong strategy to partake – does have a distinct disadvantage. HINT: More load isn’t always the… Read more
Another fantastic guest post today from Shane McLean. This time he tackles the importance of unilateral strength training and offers some neat ideas as to the best accessory movements to compliment the “big 3.” Don’t you love “that” guy who always stands between you and the dumbbells while doing single arm curls and making… Read more
It’s Patriot’s Day today in Boston. What’s Patriot’s Day you ask? Multiple choice: 1) A civic holiday commemorating the anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord, the first battles of the American Revolutionary War on April 19, 1775? 2) Tom Brady’s birthday? HINT: It’s the former. Patriot’s Day is also the day the Boston… Read more
Some of you may recall an exercise I featured a year or two ago that I stole from Dan John called the Goblet Squat with Pulse. For those who may need a gentle reminder you can click HERE to get the gist. Similarly, today’s exercise takes the same “pulse” concept yet adds a slight modification… Read more
I haven’t done one of these in a while, so I figured I’d throw a bone everyone’s way and introduce you to a brand spankin new exercise that I’ve been throwing into my own programs as well those of my athletes and clients. I know (some) people are under the assumption that since I’ve omitted… Read more
Today we’re starting the CP expansion, and the staff – along with the interns and other helpers – are going to be moving equipment, rubber matting, and god knows what else, over to the new facility for the next 12-16 hours I didn’t want to leave all of you hanging, so here’s a quick post… Read more