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“Meet Day Strategy for Weightlifters” Athletic Lab’s Chris Hoina and Brian Guilmette have put out a helpful (and humorous) series of videos along with some additional resources for the beginning weightlifter. Athletic Lab is hosting their Winter Weightlifting Classic on … Continue reading

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“Jeff Connors’ Strength & Conditioning Clinics” Registration is now open for the Jeff Connors’ Strength & Conditioning Clinic scheduled for Saturday, February 17th. I attended Coach Connors’ clinic in 2015. It was a fantastic event at which I was able … Continue reading

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“Certification – 8 Weeks Out” Last year I purchased Joel Jamieson’s Bioforce Certified Conditioning Coach Course. Unfortunately, I got sidetracked after getting started on the course and ended the year without having completed it. Now, here in 2018, I am … Continue reading

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“Axle Clean and Press” In this third installment of 8weeksout.com videos focusing on strongman techniques, Zack McCarley and Patrick Castelli present one of the techniques used for the Apollon axle clean…

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“The 5 ‘Musts’ to Sustainable Exercise: Michael Haddin at TEDxPSUAD” Fitness entrepreneur Michael Haddin shares his must-haves to ensure sustainable exercise as part of your lifestyle.

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“21 Nonsensical Fitness Contradictions” “Many coaches and trainers like to say that the word functional is a meaningless fitness buzzword because it means different things to different people. Yet, the word strength also means different things to different people, but … Continue reading

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“Using Data to Inform Decisions and Drive Athlete Intent” Above is a link to the seventh video in the Smart Speed and Power Training with Mike Young video series from Fusion Sport. In this seventh video Mike describes how a … Continue reading

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“Varying Starting Positions for Speed Sessions” Above is a link to the sixth video in the Smart Speed and Power Training with Mike Young video series from Fusion Sport. In this sixth video Mike provides some examples of various starting … Continue reading

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“Monitoring Readiness for Fatigue Within Speed Sessions” Above is a link to the fifth video in the Smart Speed and Power Training with Mike Young video series from Fusion Sport. In this fifth video Mike discusses the importance of monitoring … Continue reading

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“Considerations for Speed-Power Session Development” Above is a link to the fourth video in the Smart Speed and Power Training with Mike Young video series from Fusion Sport. In this fourth video Mike provides the viewer with some things that … Continue reading

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