“2015 Jeff Connors’ Strength and Conditioning Clinic” Tomorrow, Coach Jeff Connors of East Carolina University is hosting the 2015 Jeff Connors’ Strength and Conditioning Clinic. Also presenting at this event are coaches Al Johnson, Mike Gentry, and Ethan Reeve. With … Continue reading
“Doctors advise: Exercise is medicine” In this article by Jack Kelly of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the author discusses how more physicians are prescribing exercise for their clients. The article also contains some exercise guidelines by the American Heart Association.
“Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.” — Jim Rohn
“12 Reasons to Squat Year Round” Coach Mike Young gives you twelve good reasons to keep some form of squatting in your strength training program. I can personally attest to the accuracy of reason number twelve. If you take a … Continue reading
The 2015 Central Virginia Sport Performance Seminar Central Virginia Sport Performance just opened registration for the fifth of their annual seminars. The event is being held at the University of Richmond on July 16th and 17th. Coach Cal Dietz and … Continue reading
“How to do a Perfect Push Up!” Coach Nick Tumminello of Performance U covers proper push-up technique. A properly performed push-up is a powerful upper-body exercise and the push-up exercise can be further modified to increase the strength demands once … Continue reading
“IGCT Episode #34: Jeff Connors: A Call to Serve” Coach Jeff Connors of East Carolina University is interviewed in this installment of Ron McKeefery’s Iron Game Chalk Talk podcast. Coach Connors is scheduled to speak at his 2015 Jeff Connors’ … Continue reading
“IGCT Episode #77: Ethan Reeve – Champions Come in Pairs” Coach Ethan Reeve of Wake Forest University is interviewed in this installment of coach Ron McKeefery’s Iron Game Chalk Talk podcast. Coach Reeve is scheduled to speak at the 2015 … Continue reading
“How to implement RPE in your training – Bryce Lewis guest article” Powerlifter and coach Bryce Lewis outlines how you can utilize rating of perceived exertion or “rate of perceived exertion” in your resistance training program.