In 1996 Jon-Jon Park, the son of the great bodybuilding champion Reg Park, and I set off on a trip … continue reading
Q: During the summer my son, a junior in high school, can train with me at my gym for about … continue reading
Q: What’s your opinion about kettlebell swings and throws for improving sports performance and preventing back pain? A: The basic … continue reading
Q: What do you think about using maintenance programs for high school football players during the season? A: Not much. … continue reading
Q: Why don’t you use kettlebells in your workouts? A: Most exercises that are used for kettlebells can also be … continue reading
This huge compilation is billed as The Best Q&A Columns From Over Two Decades, and it’s an incredible collection of … continue reading
Q: To test for aerobic endurance, my son’s high school basketball coach has his players timed on a half-mile run … continue reading
I frequently get inquiries from enthusiastic neophytes who are anxious to find a great coach to take them to weightlifting greatness.
People usually fail when they are on the verge of success. So give as much care to the end as … continue reading
He covers 15 such myths, then goes into sport-specific B.S. There are chapters on baseball, football, basketball, running and golf. If you participate in any of them or you’re a coach at any level, you’ll love the eye-opening, often controversial information Yessis presents.
I’m frequently asked to recommend an authoritative source of scientific information about sports nutrition. While there are many such sources, … continue reading
While just about every strength athlete understands the value of keeping his or her lower back strong, few realize the role the traps play in building and maintaining total upper-body strength.
Nearly every coach and athlete knows the value of strength in sports that involve a great deal of contact: football, … continue reading