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Explosive Strength Training For Hockey Players – Box Jumps

Published on January 27, 2012 By admin

Box Jumps Explosive Strength Training For Hockey Players

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Explosive Strength Training For Hockey Players – Box Jumps

 

Explosive Strength Training For MMA Athletes Box Jumps In this article I’m going to cover some very important aspects of box jumps that will help you both improve your performance in the box jump and thus get more out of them in terms of their carry-over to MMA and other sports such as hockey, wrestling, football, etc…

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How We Classify Athletes At PhysXtreme Athletic Performance | athlete classification

Published on May 17, 2011 By admin

I’m often asked how we differentiate our training between experienced athletes, and those with little experience in the weight room. One important distinction however, should be made. An athlete can be quite experienced in his/her sport (say a 19 year old hockey player), but have very little experience in the weight room, and have a poor ability to control their posture during weight training exercises.

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Deload Week – A Recovery Tool For Increased Strength and Muscle Building

Published on March 24, 2011 By admin

This week is a deload week for a few of our groups at PhysXtreme Athletic Performance, so I thought I’d take this opportunity to go over exactly what a deload week is and why it’s such an important recovery tool for long term training progress if your goals are increased strength and muscle building.

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