Flywheel Training enhances speed, strength, and power. If you are looking to enhance those traits, then learn why Flywheel training is for you.
Force plates provide objective insights into an athlete’s performance, technique, and balance, leading to targeted interventions and personalized training programs.
Velocity-based training appears to be a valuable tool for strength and conditioning coaches, personal trainers and others alike.
At Saltus Performance, we understand the desire to enhance strength without significant muscle size gains. In this blog, we will explore effective training approaches and strategies to help you develop functional power while maintaining a lean, athletic physique.
As a strength and conditioning facility based in Vancouver, we’ve seen many runners struggle to maintain their fitness during marathon season and injury often creep in. However, with the right training program and approach, it’s possible to stay healthy and strong throughout the season. Here are some tips to help you stay on track and reach your goals during marathon season.
But what should you do during your competitive season? Should you keep pushing yourself to make gains or take a step back to avoid overtraining?
Should you train during the season?
How do you maintain strength in-season?
Why Power Makes A Bigger Impact On An Athlete’s Performance
In the previous blog, we went through the basics of Olympic lifts and loaded jumps. We discussed the benefits of each and the impacts on performance, some of these are listed below: ‘Research also goes on to describe a benefit of the Olympic lifts to increase neural adaptation such as the rate of force development, …
Over the past few years, there has been a big debate about the use of Olympic lifts compared to loaded jumps in an athlete’s training program. Before diving deep into this debate, it is important, to begin with understanding the difference between the two and the variations of each. Typically, both Olympic lifts and loaded …