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9 Critical Principles for a Successful Off-season Program (Part 3)

We’re up to part 3 in our series.  If you missed the previous parts you can find them below: Part 1 click HERE Part 2 click HERE Now onto the finale… 7: Go Strict Now don’t get me

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9 Critical Principles for a Successful and Injury Free Off-season (Part 1)

1: Take Some Time Off After a grueling open season it’s natural to want to be excited about getting back into training hardcore. You’ve been able to test your mettle in the open, you’ve

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Why Your Training Program Should Include Plyometrics and Jumping

Today’s post comes from a smart young physical therapist in training, Jared Aguilar.  I’m a big fan of adding jumping and plyometric training into my own and my client’s programming.

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Why Your Hard Met-cons Are Too Easy and Your Easy Met-cons are Too Hard – Introducing Polarized Training

First of all, I stole this title right from a Triathlon Magazine and wanted to give credit where it was due. The title was too perfect not to use.  Second of all I think this idea I’m about to write

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Dan Pope Training May 2013

Training for May of 2013: Make sure you check out the back and front flips mixed in there,

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Dan’s Training: Recent Competitions, Llama Bashing, Longest Post Ever

Cannonball Press for Reps Beautiful time of the year to be training.  The birds are chirping, sun is shining, Greg’s mustache is glistening in the daylight.  My strength is going back up, as well

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