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Strength and Conditioning Research, Uncategorized

Strength and Conditioning Research – The TL;DR Version – February 2016

TL;DR DigestThrowing the kitchen sink at recovery can have a small increase on repeated anaerobic win gate performance during a day's training.  Compression garments are again shown to be no better than control. If you want...

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Conditioning, Rugby

Developing world class running fitness for rugby – a time efficient, sports specific 5 week programme that will get great results with minimal equipment and expertise.

Rugby is primary an aerobic sport although the average size and weight of players has developed massively since the birth of the professional game players still need to be able to last for 80...

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Conditioning, Powerlifting, Strength Sports, Strongman, Weightlfting

Conditioning for strength and power sports. Part one building an aerobic base without affecting your strength and power training.

  Weightlifting and powerlifting are typically very static sports and don’t require a huge amount of aerobic capacity yet it is common practice for a lot of eastern European/Asian weightlifting programmes to have some...

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