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Sandbag Training…… Are you Serious?

Sandbag Training…… Are you Serious?

Yes, very serious! Sandbag training is effective! But not as effective as the movement science behind it. Without a doubt, the modern pioneer of effective Sandbag training is Strength coach Josh Henkin. Nobody has done more to advance this obscure tool than Josh and when Josh speaks, I listen.

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Tempo Running (Aerobic System Development for Sprinting)

Tempo Running (Aerobic System Development for Sprinting)

Anaerobic-alactic system (ATP-CP) is the primary energy system used in maximal efforts under 10-12 seconds duration such as short sprints. Therefore, it would seem that development of the aerobic energy system would be unnecessary.

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Minimalist Chicken with the  Instapot

Minimalist Chicken with the Instapot

With winter upon us and much shorter days, it’s a wonderful time to focus on cooking tasty and healthy food at home. For those of you that followed our last blog post regarding the 28 Day Minimalist Training Plan, this quick and easy chicken recipe is as minimalistic as it gets.

What you need:

  • Chicken of your choice (We opted for chicken on the bone).
  • BBQ Sauce of your choice.
  • Himalayan Sea Salt , Pepper, Onion Salt and Garlic Salt.
  • Instapot (very affordable and well worth it).
  • 1 cup of water.
  1. Pour your cup of water in the pot.
  2. Layer the chicken pieces along side each other.
  3. Season the layer of chicken.
  4. Cover the chicken with BBQ Sauce.
  5. Repeat for additional layers of chicken.
  6. Hit the MEAT/ STEW button, select 15 min on high.

Voila… It’s as easy as that. The result: super tender chicken that is darn tasty. If you know other insanely busy people please share this with them. Try this recipe and you will experience the immense value of this time saving tool.

Enjoy.

 

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The Importance of Teaching

The Importance of Teaching

It has been said that if you teach something once, you learn twice. I have always been fascinating with teaching. Maybe it’s because both my parents were college professors and therefore it’s something that I naturally modeled from them.

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The Need for Simplicity

The Need for Simplicity

“Things that matter most should never be at the mercy of things that matter least.” -Goethe. Simplicity is freedom from complexity, intricacy, or division into parts: an organism of great simplicity.

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