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Nutrient Intake and Timing

Trying to maximize the effect of strength training is as important as the effort given. Volume, progressions used, length of time between bouts, sleep, recovery, nutritional status and nutritional timing all enter into the equation of development.

Eating or drinking carbohydrates before exercise workouts can  contribute to performance and may allow for longer workouts and/or higher intensity. High-quality protein sources stimulate robust increases in muscle protein synthesis. 

The addition of protein may minimize muscle damage, promote favorable hormone balance and accelerate recovery from intense exercise. And the timing of energy sources and ratio of certain macronutrients may enhance tissue repair.

Talk with a professional about when and what food intake you may need before and after exercise and magnify your results.

Pendulum 3 Way Row

Pendulum 3-Way Row


A Pulling Machine

A tremendously popular exercise to train the latissimus dorsi and associated muscles is the pulldown movement. Coaches, athletes, trainers and gym enthusiasts all use a variety of grips to target areas of the back that they want or need to...

Manual Training Has Rules

In 1979 Manual Resistance was introduced at the National  Strength and Conditioning Convention. Weight training’s ability to enhance athletic performance had become accepted and coaches were beginning to be hired by major sports programs. Facilities everywhere were extremely limited or...

Powerful Hands

The hand is a complex anatomical system. This appendage is composed of twenty seven bones and fifteen joints. Having 30 degrees of rotational and translational freedom it’s able to grasp and apply force to objects of multivarious shapes and sizes....