A Beginner’s Guide to Core Training Part 1

A Beginner’s Guide to Core Training Part 1

If you are serious about your fitness training at all then the area that is deemed “the core” had better be on your priority list. It makes everything you do stronger and helps prevent things like low back pain. Who also wouldn’t want a more defined midsection?

Unfortunately a large portion of society still thinks of crunches and sit ups as a good option. Watch the short video to up your core training game.

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John Wick: Chapter 2(2017)


Quality : HD
Title : John Wick: Chapter 2
Director : Chad Stahelski.
Writer :
Release : 2017-02-08
Language : English.
Runtime : 122 min.
Genre : Thriller, Action, Crime.

Synopsis :
Movie ‘John Wick: Chapter 2’ was released in February 8, 2017 in genre Thriller. Chad Stahelski was directed this movie and starring by Keanu Reeves. This movie tell story about John Wick is forced out of retirement by a former associate looking to seize control of a shadowy international assassins’ guild. Bound by a blood oath to aid him, Wick travels to Rome and does battle against some of the world’s most dangerous killers.


Power Training

Power training is one of the most important training tools in just about every field and court sport, including, but not limited to, football, soccer, baseball, basketball, hockey, tennis, volleyball, and golf.

Power is the ability to not only generate force but to generate it quickly. It is power that makes you jump high, run fast, and hit hard. Many coaches understand the importance of making their athletes stronger through building denser, more efficient muscle fibers. The great ones know that it is of equal importance to train the nervous system to fire an explosive signal, thus producing more force and a faster, stronger athlete. We have a ton of conventional and non-conventional methods to get our athletes freaky powerful. I wanted to cover one of our top secret weapons that gets amazing results and takes equipment that just about everyone has access to.

Behold the dumbbell clean onto a box. This exercise is a hybrid of your typical barbell clean from the hang position and a box jump. Ironically enough, these are two major “go to” tools for many a coach. We’ve blended them into one central nervous system bashing movement. The key to the lift is to understand the mechanics of a clean (hip dominant with a yanking shrug, not a bicep curl) and good landing mechanics on the box jump (hips back with meticulous core stability). Be sure to watch the and see how your athletes run faster, jump higher, and hit harder than ever before!