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  • Why Get Olympic Lifting Shoes?

    By Performance Edge | In Athletes, Training | on July 16, 2015

    There is a pattern of movement involved when you are performing Olympic weight lifting exercises such as the Snatch or Clean and Jerk. These exercises require that a great amount of force be exerted from your body and is supporter through the feet. Therefore your feet require proper cushioning and padding in order to manage […]

  • Repost: Triple Extension Is Important for All Athletes

    By Performance Edge | In Athletes, Training | on June 30, 2015

    By MIKE ROJAS, Aug 24, 2010 Nowadays, speed training is all the rage in almost every sport. You can find “coaches” marketing weekend camps or group training at schools and parks everywhere. Because it’s so heavily marketed to teams and groups, you feel like you’ll be left in the dust if you don’t do it. […]

  • Repost: Two Sides of the Coin- Mobility and Stability

    By Performance Edge | In Athletes, Training | on June 2, 2015

    A note from Dave: As the owner and CEO of Performance Edge I constantly strive to educate my athletes, clientele and those in my community about the necessity and importance of a well-rounded training and/or exercise program. The following article provides some insight as to what the staff and I at Performance Edge work to […]

  • Repost: Speed Ladder Fallacy

    By Performance Edge | In Athletes, Training | on May 23, 2015

    by DEAN SOMERSET Agility ladders. Speed ladders. Quick feet ladders. They’re venerated among trainers looking to add athleticism to their clients, believed to result in more speed, agility, and faster feet. They’re available for sale in any fitness equipment retailer, with dozens of books of drills, games and patterns you can use to get the […]

  • Repost: Power Development Using Boxes

    By Performance Edge | In Athletes, Classes, Training | on May 4, 2015

    by GREG INFANTOLINO CSCS | Originally printed in the NSCA TSAC REPORT • ISSUE 04  JANUARY 2008 In many operational settings the tactical athlete is required to jump onto, over, and down from different obstacles. It is imperative then that these athletes are trained to develop ex- plosive power and eccentric muscle strength. Plyometric, […]

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