Channel 4 Covering Our Combine Guys

Channel 4 Covering Our Combine Guys

Channel 4 News was here yesterday to document some of our Sports Performance Training. We have 5 guys getting ready for the NFL combine as well as 2 current NFL players starting their off season with us. Whether you are looking to rehab an injury, get in great shape, or become a better athlete; we… Read more »

Video: Push up to Elbow touch

Video: Push up to Elbow touch

New Exercise to try: Wide stance, push up to elbow touch. Wide stance for greater stability, push away from ground, no scapular winging. Slow and controlled. Great for part of your warmup. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWiJJFQ6p8w&feature=youtu.be]

NEW YORK SPORTS CENTER IS OPEN!!

NEW YORK SPORTS CENTER IS OPEN!!

We Are Now Open!! Stop in for a free first group exercise class, free athletic evaluation with Buddy Morris, or a free consultation with a personal trainer. 5575 Transit Rd. Williamsville, Ny 14221

Training: Shoulder Article on Elitefts

Training: Shoulder Article on Elitefts

Check out my latest article for http://www.elitefts.net where I discuss overhead pressing, shoulder injuries + warm up, and give you some new shoulder exercises to try. I even put videos so lazy people don’t have to read as much. http://articles.elitefts.com/training-articles/ive-got-99-problems-but-my-shoulder-aint-one/

Training: Two New Exercises To Try

Training: Two New Exercises To Try

Kettlebell Mix Curl, The kettlebell is used mainly because it increases the lever arm both in the initial hammer curl and even more so during the eccentric portion of the lift. The lift should be done with total control.   Concentric Sled Pull Throughs, great work for glutes, hams, low back, hips.  

The Incredibly Long and Mildly Informative Guide to Whether or Not Olympic Lifts Should Anchor Your Training Program

The Incredibly Long and Mildly Informative Guide to Whether or Not Olympic Lifts Should Anchor Your Training Program

Written by: Anthony Mychal   Do they make you run faster? Jump higher? Do they increase your athleticism? The Olympic lifts got their “street cred” after a phantom study (phantom because I’m not sure anyone knows if it really happened) during the 1968 Olympic games in Mexico. Some research dudes lined up athletes of all sports… Read more »

Videos: Get Big Shoulder Press

Videos: Get Big Shoulder Press

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFCxr0PtIK0&feature=plcp]   Here is a new exercise for you to try, especially if your shoulders often bother you.  If you can’t tolerate regular overhead barbell or dumbbell pressing then give this a shot. First, the grip placement is neutral, limiting the internal rotation associated with regular presses (exercises with a pronated grip like the bench… Read more »

Training: The High/Low Approach

Training: The High/Low Approach

          The High/Low Approach to Training Athletes   In over 30 years of performance enhancement (training of athletes), I’ve had the opportunity to sit and discuss training and performance with some of the greatest minds in the field.  I’ve visited Zatsiorsky on several occasions, Judd Logan , Bondarchuk, Issurin, Yessis, Dave Tate and Jim Wendler,… Read more »

Latest Article On Elitefts.net

Latest Article On Elitefts.net

Here is my latest article for Elitefts where I discuss whether or not to have carbohydrates Post-workout. The answer might surprise you. Peri-Workout Nutrition Part 2: To Carb or Not to Carb

Videos: Banded Hip Thrusts

Videos: Banded Hip Thrusts

Here’s another great exercise for you to try. This is NFL player Scott McKillop performing banded hip thrusts.  This is an easy accommodated introduction to the hip thrust which will not create adaptive stiffness.   [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARPgzSZwqD4&feature=plcp]

Latest Article On Elitefts

Latest Article On Elitefts

Here’s my latest article for Elitefts on Peri-Workout Nutrition. Go read it! <a href=”http://http://articles.elitefts.com/training-articles/peri-workout-nutrition-part-1/”>