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Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Testing Your Movement

Testing Your Movement...Sandbagging Not Allowed

We spend hours training with the hopes that those changes that we make in the gym actually carryover in the sport. When athletes train on their own or are in other high stress situations, are they still using their improved movement capabilities? The answer might not be the obvious yes. 

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How to Address Your training During Finals

This article is aimed to all the high school athletes and coaches out there…

Over the past two weeks, all of my athletes have been preparing and stressing over finals. Finals means one thing: stress. Stress is something that needs to be factored into preparing an exercise program. If you think stress doesn’t actually impact your performance, then check out this story.

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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

The Effect of Stress on Training

The Effect of Stress on your Training.

Stress and training go hand in hand. For some, training is a way to let go of their stress. For others, training and not hitting your weights for the current day increases your current stress levels. Which ever case you may be, you are ahead of the game by being in the gym and training! As life rolls on, you are guaranteed to have a bad day in the gym. To understand why days like this occur, you need to understand stress and the affect it can have on a workout. If you are like me and are still learning how different types of stress affect your training, it is a frustrating, yet exciting processlittle_kid_with_stress.jpg.

 

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