As an athlete who trains intensely, your body is more prone to wear and tear and the increased demands will inevitably lead to sore joints and muscle pains. Here are 4 you shouldn’t ignore.
By systemically overloading your muscles you’re setting your body up for tremendous growth – the following training plan is focused on just this concept.
Understanding Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) is key to building copious amounts of quality muscle.
Jeff Curran, demonstrates how to perform the Guillotine submission, featuring Joey Diehl.
Plyo Training for Strength There’s no question that traditional weight training has proven beneficial when we’re looking to put on slabs of lean muscle mass, but how about Plyo Traning. However, some trainees have found that prolonged strength training can lead you to some common obstacles, namely boredom and the inevitable training plateau. In an…