kinetic chain enhancement
Kinetic Chain Enhancement & Strength Athlete… or how the Strength Sensei Beats Up Mark Bell Kinetic Chain Enhancement (KCE) has been around for about 20 years now. It is one of my best kept secret to dramatically improve the strength and range of motion of athletes right on the field. In this video, you can see
ankle flexibility
Often, trainees are so inflexible in the ankles that they can’t can keep their heels on the ground while squatting or even deadlifting. In this case, you may want them to stretch thoroughly their gastrocnemius and soleus muscles. Don’t let poor ankle flexibility limit your performance on squats and deadlifts. First, take a marker of
front squat grip

Front Squat Grip Done Right

I have heard a inordinate amount of trainees complain that they just can’t do front squats. They complain about how uncomfortable they feel and how the damn bar seems bent on escaping after every few reps. So, what is the right way to hold the bar for front squats? Don’t rely on the misguided advise you