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Train to get fit or get fit to train – when did your six pack become more important than great performance?

Hanns Johst was a famous Nazi writer who came up with the line „Whenever I hear the word culture, I reach for my revolver“. Okay, I may overdramatize the situation here but at the moment I feel almost the same … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about stability

Stability training is probably  one of the most talked about topics in the modern world of strength and conditioning. Unfortunately, core stability training has become so mainstream that some people don’t even think about other body structures that should be … Continue reading

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Balance – not just a simple skill

I was once instructing core training for 16 strong male basketball players. Their task was to perform some balance and coordination exercises in the warm-up – this was simply to get them ready for the “real deal”. However, to my … Continue reading

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