Many Americans and others around the world are at home, unable to work or do the normal, everyday things they’ve always done. That includes going to the gym to work on their fitness. Here’s a workout you can do right at home with minimal or no equipment.
The Trap Bar has both fans and detractors. Are Trap Bar Deadlifts really deadlifts? Does it really matter? Is the “T-Bar” a useful fitness tool or better off sold for scrap?
A lot of fitness and training concepts can be complex. They have a lot of moving parts and a lot of things that can go wrong or be performed inefficiently, ineffectively or incorrectly. This is very true of strength and conditioning and speed and agility as it relates to sports fitness. As a coach, your… Continue reading Coaching Athletes For Sports Fitness Mastery
The statistics are staggering. There’s nearly 3.2 million children age five to 14 who received medical treatment for a sports-related injury in 2017. More than a million of those needed emergency room treatment. Yet we continue to hold up youth sports in America as a solution. To what exactly? I’m trying to figure that out.… Continue reading Why Your Pre-Teen Is Weak And What To Do About It
A few years back, I was asked to be part of a project with a huge task. Our goal was to produce a book that provided a “definitive guide” to what it meant to help young athletes develop successfully and safely. I got to co-author with some amazing youth fitness professionals. It was an honor… Continue reading Steal This Book! (Sort of)
Yesterday was this guy’s last day at All-Star Sports Academy for this off-season. When Jaizon started with me, his football future was uncertain, to say the least. My advice was simple. Trust the process. Give it your best, always. Do the work. Today, he begins a new college football journey at the University of Rhode… Continue reading Last Day in the Gym For This Guy…
I’ve been around the Youth Training and Fitness field for 20 years and I’ve made enough mistakes to know I don’t know everything.However, I DO know that parents and coaches are still committing some “deadly sins” when it comes to training youth athletes!Listen in as I share 5 of those “deadly sins.” Find out: Why… Continue reading Podcast: 5 Deadly Sins Parents and Coaches Commit in Training Youth Athletes
I’ve been around the Youth Fitness and Training arena for over 2 decades. I’ve learned a lot in that time, especially from my mistakes. That’s why it pains me to see the same mistakes being made over and over in the training of young athletes and children in general. In many ways, parents can be… Continue reading 5 Deadly Sins Parents and Coaches Commit in Training Young Athletes
My athletes and clients have all heard me tell them how important protein is. It’s important for my athletes who are trying to perform at their best and it’s important for my fat loss clients who want to get a beach ready body. There’s a massive amount of carbohydrate and sugar-rich processed garbage passing for… Continue reading 13 Real Life, Science-Backed Reasons to Eat More Protein
Physical fitness is associated with a number of key health outcomes, including heart disease, cognition, mortality, and an overall feeling of well-being. A new study from Singapore now links physical performance with mental health and emotions, suggesting that weak upper and lower body fitness can cause more serious depression and anxiety in midlife women. Results… Continue reading Upper and Lower Body Weakness Associated With Depression and Anxiety