In the short video I discuss the why of implementing power training and plyometrics for endurance athletes. Come on and check it out….I know you have three minutes.
I’ve dedicated this post on complexes to my friend Kelly. She asked for some complexes to do at home thus spawning this segment. In the first complex all you’ll need is one dumbbell or kettlebell. We’ll perform 12 swings, 12 goblet squats, 12 single-arm snatchesContinue reading
Ever heard of complex training? Complex training is the combination of performing a traditional heavy lift followed by a plyometric exercise. The end goal = more force production that carries over into the plyometric exercise. Athletes that need to get a better “vert” typically useContinue reading
Although it sounds logical for a runner to run more or a cyclist to cycle more in order to improve upon their performance and time, these athletes often overlook the importance of performing power training. What is power training? Power training can refer to theContinue reading
Many endurance athletes (e.g. triathletes, runners) believe that the best way to improve their performance is to do none other than to…..keep running….or cycling….or whatever they want to be good in. Yes, that is true. However there are many components that go into endurance performanceContinue reading