The Beginner’s Guide to Plyometric Training

13 Sep 21
The Beginner’s Guide to Plyometric Training

First things first… what is plyometric training? We’ve been creating a beginner’s guide to workout to help anyone just starting out or looking to elevate their training. However, the guide wouldn’t be complete without discussing plyometric training! Plyometrics are a vital tool for training! Let’s find out why–  Plyometric training is often called power training. […]

23 Aug 21
The Beginner’s Guide to Resistance Training

Resistance workouts are everywhere! From Instagram to TikTok, social media is full of workout videos. However, what really makes an effective resistance workout and how do you design your own? In order to attain the best training results when resistance training it is important to understand the basic physiological responses to different training approaches. Whether […]

8 Mar 21
FMS: First Move Well, Then Move Often!

The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) was introduced in 2001 by a physical therapist named Gray Cook.  FMS was first explained in High Performance Sports Conditioning, a book that used latest training information to make good athletes great. In 2007, Cook introduced the concept of FMS to two NFL teams, the Bears and Colts. That year […]

3 Aug 20
Don’t Get Hamstrung by Your Hammy

Have you ever experienced a shot of pain in the back of your thigh?  People describe it as if someone kicked them but when they look around there is no one close to them.  Or have you ever had a nagging dull ache in the back of thigh that typically bothers you when you’re moving […]

1 Jul 20
Mindfulness v. Mind Full

Do you know what it means to be mindfull vs have your mind full? Those who are mindfull are at peace. However, those who have their minds full are quite the opposite. via GIPHY via GIPHY Those with full minds tend to be stressed, anxious and unorganized due to the amount of things going through […]