Principle Based Training: Strength

1) Safety First (2) Strength has a greater Purpose (3) Tension is Strength (4) Relaxation is Strength 5) Perfect Technique (6) Long Rest (7) Simple (8) Sinister Strength Principles If you follow these principles you will ALWAYS progress. Because you will always have in the back of your head the reason you are training – making […]

Plyometrics

Plyometrics Here! Get Your Plyometrics Here! Also known as “Jump Training” or “Plyos” – Exercises in which muscles exert maximum force in short intervals of time, with the goal of increasing power (more specifically; speed-strength). Martin Colangelo and I at LatsOn Training have emphasized the concept below in the past…. and we repeat them because […]

Intermittent Fasting

an introduction to the main types of intermittent fasting – Tips and Benefits Intermittent Fasting (IF) is currently one of the most popular things going in the world of health and wellness right now…. because it works! Here is how…. I hesitate to call it a ‘trend’ because the word trend is usually synonymous with […]

Pre-Exhaustion

 Tyler here, Before resuming our train of thought on nutrition (our discussion from last time ended with the role of carbohydrates and fats in training), I want to delve once more into the physiological aspect (because I love it) of training, and speak briefly about the concept of: Pre-Exhaustion The gorgeous thing about this concept […]