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Current Training Phase (October 20th)

Throughout our current block, we’ve seen a dramatic decrease in time under tension and overall volume of accessory movements. This allows us to hit higher weights and further increase maximal muscular strength, rate of force production, and work capacity. Read more >>

12-Week Training Phase (September – December 2021)

The current phase will allow you to progress to submaximal singles in our main exercises while incorporating higher volume sets and longer periods of time under tension (TUT) for the accessory movements. Read more >>

12-Week Training Phase (Current)

Educating our community about the why behind our programming is important to us. Below is a high-level overview of our current (March 2021) 12-week phase of training outlining the focus and corresponding benefits. Read more >>

In-Depth Article Review (2)

ELECTROMYOGRAPHY COMPARISION OF SEX DIFFERENCES DURING THE BACK SQUAT – Which muscles are activating/signaling more throughout the movement of the back squat? Read more »

In-Depth Article Review (1)

AUTO-REGULATED EXERCISE SELECTION TRAINING REGIMEN PRODUCES SMALL INCREASES IN LEAN BODY MASS AND MAXIMAL STRENGTH – Individuals selecting exercises that are similar to the prescribed exercises and seeing increases in overall strength and body composition. Read more »

Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Warm-Up?

You know those days where time seems to be moving at hyperspeed and you end up hauling ass at 50mph down the road, just so you can make it to class 10 minutes late? What about those days where you just don’t feel like doing the warm-up so you just skip it completely or give less effort than you normally would?  Read more »

The Ins and Outs of Strength and Conditioning

We often get asked how we’re different from other services or, more specifically, what strength and conditioning is. In an attempt to answer this, below is a high-level overview of what strength and conditioning is, how we implement core concepts, and why we do it the way we do. Read more »

Beat The Holiday Hangover

As you know, January can come with a lot of high expectations and unrealistic goals for your body, but we are here to give you some tips to help with the holiday hangover and take a healthier approach to the New Year. Read more »