Posts Tagged ‘strength training’

I am posting at stadion.com old articles from Stadion News because I have been told that they “had some of the best training information out there.” Since yesterday I posted the first part of “The Role of Aerobic Fitness in High Intensity Efforts” and the first part of “Sports Skills and Strength Training”. Advertisements


New article titled “Sequence of Conditioning Exercises for Fighters and Martial Artists in Long-Term Training and in a Single Workout” is posted on stadion.com. In this article you will learn about the sequence of strength and endurance exercises in long-term training and in a single workout. A rationally designed strength training program begins with developing […]


To make myself stronger, I use resistance between the minimum that forces the correct technique and the maximal training resistance (MTR)—the greatest resistance that can be overcome without a strong effort of will and emotional stress. Exceeding the MTR, except for a well-justified test, is about vanity, showing off—it doesn’t perfect technique (it leads to […]


One reader wrote me an e-mail with questions: > I have owned your books Science of Sports Training and Stretching > Scientifically for many years as well as your DVD’s Secrets of > Stretching and Clinic on Stretching. Due to my own misunderstanding and > bad practices at martial arts schools I have attended I […]


“You can observe a lot by watching”—Yogi Berra Here are my thoughts on the dispute between proponents of separation of strength training from skill training vs proponents of integration of strength and skill training (i.e., progression of strength exercises from general to increasingly sport-specific with parallel technical training). Let’s begin with easily observable facts: At […]