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Beliefs Linger

In the early stages of the introduction of the strength and conditioning coach in our colleges and universities, the majority felt strongly that the use of barbells and strength training devices would inhibit athleticism by bulking and stiffening the athlete.  Women, in general had a strong fear of becoming overly muscular.

Educators worked to dispel those fears and strength and conditioning programs are now commonplace throughout athletics.

Some wrongly conceived beliefs still linger today when it comes to training the musculature associated with the cervical spine.  Whether male or female it is one of the most important areas an athlete or nonathlete should train. Strength train the head, neck and jaw when you Get Strong

Pendulum 5 Way Neck

Pendulum Head and Neck Machine


All Five Fingers

Using a Power Grip on the Pendulum Rope Pull The hand has its greatest gripping strength when utilizing a ‘power grip’, that is squeezing with all five fingers. When the thumb is negated, grip strength has the second greatest capability...

Hip Engagement 

There are an abundance of techniques utilized and taught to target the hips when squatting. Ankle, hip and thoracic mobility, posture, quad dominance, bar weight, bar height, stance and form adjustments are just a few of the things coaches address....

Molecular Training

In 1919 Lange wrote a scientific treatise entitled ‘About functional adaptation’…Uber Funktionelle Anpassung.This is what he said: “…. If, however, the muscle performance is increased merely by working against the same resistance as before for a longer time, no increase...