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Bring Back Bodyweight Training

Bring Back Bodyweight Training by Dave Bellomo Body weight exercises such as push ups, sit ups, and lunges have been around for many decades. In fact, most of us can still recall our high school phys ed. teacher yelling at … Continue reading

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KISS with Progressive Overload

KISS with Progressive Overload by Dave Bellomo The concept of resistance training has been around for thousands of years. Legend has it that in the 6th Century B.C., Milo of Crotona, a city in what is now Southern Italy, came … Continue reading

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Developing Strength and Conditioning Programs for Tactical Athletes (pt. 3)

Developing Strength and Conditioning Programs for Tactical Athletes (pt. 3) In the previous installment of this article we discussed specific aspects of program design such as energy system requirements and program organization and discussed the need to include ATP-PC, Glycolytic, … Continue reading

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Developing Strength and Conditioning Programs for the Tactical Athlete (pt.2)

Developing Strength and Conditioning Programs for the Tactical Athlete (pt.2) by Dave Bellomo, MS, PES, CSCS In part 1 of this article we defined the term “Tactical Athlete” as military, police, and firefighter personnel whose extreme tactical, technical, and physical … Continue reading

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Borrowing from Weightlifting by Chris Lancaster

A Few New Ones For the Max Kettlebell Enthusiast: Borrowing From Weightlifting I just finished reading a few chapters of Arthur Drechsler’s The Weightlifting Encyclopedia, with hopes that it might spark a few new training ideas for kettlebells. The good … Continue reading

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