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Ep 641 – Rec BJJ Athlete Strength Training
Jiu Jitsu is for everyone, it enhances anyone’s physical potential. The cult of Jui Jitsu is taking…
Ep 639 – Training Firefighters for the Unknown
How Firefighters prepare physically and mentally to face the unknown on a daily basis. What are the…
Austere Training – Strength is Where You Find It
The term “Austere” is defined as a “severe or strict in manner or attitude. Living conditions, or…
Ep 508 – LEO Leadership with Lexi Harris
Lead Your Community – Republish from December 2020. “It’s not how she died that made her a…
Pre-Workout: The Truth Behind The Hype
One of the most hotly contested topics in the training space is the efficacy of pre-workout supplements….
Integrating the Pelvic Floor Into Performance
The pelvis is literally and figuratively at the core of our being, making it the foundation of…
Training For Sport Is Training For War
The new physical training test will require a complete change in the way Soldiers execute their daily Physical Training activities. Instead of practicing their push ups and sit-ups and holding the current standard on the run, Soldiers will be required to train to be stronger, faster, and better movers.
PA Radio – Episode 199: Jay Dawes
Training for the truly unknown This week we welcome back Jay Dawes, PhD [@dawesjay]. Jay keeps…
Power Coach: Concentration
With the NFL playoffs fast approaching, I notice a consistency among top performers. I don’t mean the…