by Yas Parr, BSc When writing programs for young combat athletes it is even more important to look at programming for the long-term. Planning ‘Long Term Athlete Development’ (LTAD) helps ensure the young fighter is on the path to excellence and not burnout. The parent should observe the coach and assess as to whether the […]
by Yas Parr, BSc As with a male the same principles apply, big basic compound movements are king, exercises such as squats, deadlifts, bench press etc. will be of benefit when it comes to performance enhancement or body transformation. Women although usually smaller and with less muscle mass do have the potential to gain the […]
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by Yas Parr, BSc When certain people see something written about S&C improving a fighter by making them stronger and faster they will argue their case about technique, leverage etc. Nobody thinks that making someone more powerful will turn them into a high level fighter if they are not already proficient. The fact is no […]
by John Odden, BS, SFGII, CSCS, CEP, FMSII & Aaron Tandem, ISSA CFT, FMS, NKT, Pn We’ve been on a roll lately talking about the development of “Crash-Proof” Strength, something unique to our systems here at Empowered Strength. If you don’t have a clue as to what we’re talking about, START HERE. We want you […]