There have been many progressions by awesome professionals that have performed the Dead Bug exercise with the band pressed (isometric hold), which is great for anti-rotation. Rotary stability is the ability to control rotational forces during activities like throwing, swinging, striking, kicking, and sprinting. Rotary stability is needed to resist rotation through the torso during arm and leg movements, which is represented here. This variation is a great exercise with the band… Read More
Effective leaders build with diversity. To broker the diversity effectively, you must: Accept diversity in your programming, which lacks in this industry. Accept the different gifts, although not understood, they are pursuing the same goal. We all have GIFTS; try not to compete or compare, “easier said than done”. Give credit to whom it is due. We are to function like the organs and muscles in the body. Everyone in this field… Read More
GREAT LEADERS ARE ACCESSIBLE! AND AS A COACH ON ANY LEVEL, YOU SHOULD MAKE IT A PRIORITY TO BE ACCESSIBLE TO COACHES AND ATHLETES; NOT THE ONES YOU KNOW. 95 PERCENT OF COACHES THAT CALL THEMSELVES LEADERS ARE NOT ACCESSIBLE! THAT’S THE ISSUE WITH TODAY’S COACH’S (LEADERS) ACROSS THE BOARD.
Father God in the name of JESUS, please help us to use our current attacks for today’s success. Please help us get our mind ready for the battles that we will face today. Please give us the wisdom for proper programming and principles of life to help our athletes succeed. Please, help us to monitor and embrace every moment in the workplace and embrace new perspectives/new strategies for kingdom success. Please bless the… Read More
This exercise is a great way to make a traditional Plank way more challenging. You have to hold the plank position with your feet elevated in the rings, and move the stack of plates from one side to the other. There’s a great anti-extension and anti-rotation training component here, which are two critical skills needed by athletes to keep a strong and stable core. Do this one only if you can move… Read More
Very few lifters work on their conditioning. It’s quickly becoming an overlooked aspect of training. After all, what we do is called strength and conditioning. But there seems to be a love-hate relationship in which conditioning is viewed as second fiddle to lifting weights and getting stronger.
I’m here to tell you that you can do both at the same time. Better yet, all you need is a standard wheelbarrow.