Training Power, When is it appropriate?

Hey friends, A common question is when is it appropriate to train for a power focus, and with who? Is it contraindicative to train power with the average client? Power is most definitely a fickle beast, it is the combination of strength and speed within an exercise. The combination of those two elements of the …

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Videos – How Letters can Strengthen our Back

Hello my lovely fitness enthusiasts, Today we are talking about a alphabetical exercise that will strengthen muscles in your back that are not commonly as active as they should be. Most people have a great deal of strength in their upper trapezius (leading to the shoulders constantly being elevated and potentially causing neck pain) but …

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Video – Reverse Lunge

Hey friends, For most people, hopefully their lifting career will span over anywhere from 20-40 years, so it is completely understandable to get sick of doing squats all the time to work your legs, lets switch it up a little bit! Today we are looking at another wonderful knee dominant exercise that you can include into …

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The EASIEST and SAFEST Leg Exercise

People often fall into the illusion the training legs means doing lots of squats and deadlifts... ladies and gentlemen, I call shenanigans. However, the easiest compound leg movement is the Goblet Squat. Goblet Squats are a great knee dominant workout, meaning the biggest change in joint angle is in the knee not the hip, because …

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Video – Banded Lat Pull Down

Hey friends, This post is looking at another variant of the vertical pull - the lat pull down. This variation is awesome because it is extremely versatile, resistance bands are relatively cheap to buy, and you can complete this exercise by looping the band around any tall item (in this video, a TRX station). Things …

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