Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) training possesses some real benefits that athletes should be looking to capitalize on. Whether its supplementing regular training schedule or looking to stay on top of things when dealing with an injury, athletes and lifters can continue to grow muscle and get stronger while implementing what they’ve learned in this article.
So you’ve decided that you want to enjoy this upcoming holiday meal to the fullest. All bets are off. You’re going to eat the fantastic holiday meal prepared and you’re going to savor every bite. Perfect. You saw my recent article on how we can train to put ourselves in a physiological situation that helps reduce the negative impacts of acute overfeeding and you’ve decided you’d like to do something about it.
There’s a cascade of hormones and processes within the body that occur when glycogen is depleted. This physiologic scenario mitigates the damage that would normally occur when you reverse this process and feast upon that holiday ham and those sugar cookies. A gluttonous and beautifully normal thing to do during the holidays.
AUG. 15TH 2019 Today marks the day I am officially venturing into the Velocity Based Training phenomenon that has been popping its head around the strength training community. A few months prior a friend of mine had mentioned that Squats and Science had a project called Open Barbell which documented all that was need to create your own VBT device. After pilfering through the parts list and the files require to construct such a device I knew I needed to enlist some help. An old colleague from OU who I consider a mastermind in engineering and data science and I met up for a coffee to discuss the possibility of creating these things. I am very confident in believing that...
A quick and simple program that will get you benching more and crushing PRs.