When working out, many people focus on training the obvious muscle groups such as abs, chest, and “curls for the girls,” but what is the athlete's most important muscle? While these all play important roles, they are by far not the only ones needed for optimal athletic performance.
Holiday's are over. School’s back. Maybe you stayed in great shape these past few weeks. Maybe you fell off the wagon. Either way, these workout tips will help you build muscle, lose fat, and help you get to where you wanna be. Whether you’re going back to school or not (shout out to the dudes who are just bro’ing out for another week instead of going to orientation), the summer’s over. Which means, whether you spent the last three months attempting to kill yourself, or spent them trying to get jaaaaaaaaaacked, it’s time to dial it back up so that you can build muscle and get cut once agai...Read more
Warming up your Central Nervous System prior to working out will help you maximize your power, speed, and performance. Want in on a little secret? Every great workout begins with a great warm-up. Just as you would warm-up and loosen up your legs prior to a heavy squat workout, or warm-up your chest prior to bench press, the same thought process must go into preparing the Central Nervous System (CNS) before all workouts in a similar capacity. Now that I’ve got your attention, what’s the CNS and why should you care? Basically, the CNS controls all of your motor functions, which means th...Read more
If you’re serious about your game then include these exercises into your workout program. Let’s face it, most high school and college baseball players are weak as hell. The problem though lies not in their effort, but with their off season training programs. Too often baseball players are simply performing the WRONG exercises! High school and college baseball players need to get strong, especially in their lower half, as power is generated from your hips, thighs, and glutes. Which means, without a solid foundation and a solid workout program you’ll never maximize your potential as a p...Read more