To set out to achieve any goal, they need to be SMART: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-bound. It’s not enough to say you want to do something. How will you get there?
The kettlebell is a relative of the barbell, one that was used hundreds of years ago to showcase strength and physical prowess. Today, kettlebells are common among fitness athletes, strength and conditioning coaches,
The holiday season can be a pitfall in one’s attempts to maintain their current fitness levels. Things like mom’s cooking, family meals, and delicious morsels offered around every corner…definitely make it difficult. I’m not here to
Far too often lifters and strength athletes get referenced as “narcissistic,” “self-absorbed,” and even “selfish.” They’re seen as constantly working on themselves and putting so much effort into what most see as self-absorbed
A recent study that was accepted in May of this year by the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research may shine more light in using RPE when prescribing training intensities. In some instances
When determining if particular snatch/clean & jerk variation is a viable training exercise for you and/or your athletes, you need to make sure you understand the specific purpose before applying it to the masses.
In the realm of American Weightlifting, no team has provided more larger than life athletes or coaches than California Strength in San Ramon, CA. Some of the current and past team members include:
The 2017 Reebok CrossFit Games officially have a new home, and now, it appears the same can be said for some Regionals venues. In an Instagram post on December 20th, the CrossFit Games
Kettlebell Sport has been gaining popularity in the States, but competitions involving the kettlebell snatch, press, and the clean & jerk have been around for the better part of 70 years. Kettlebells, or
As Ray Williams likes to say, “It’s Money Time.” On a recent visit to Arlington Strength, the superheavyweight Williams put on a show for the gym’s crowd, squatting an almost unbelievable 1,015 pounds