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How Athletes Can Burn More Fat Athletes can burn more fat with their workouts if they increase the intensity. By increasing the intensity I mean cutting out your rest time and doing higher rep exercises. Taking 2-5 minutes in between sets will not help you burn fat. It will help with mass but when it comes to burning fat that is not the recipe. You want to work sets of 10-15 reps or even higher and cut down your rest time to a minute or less. If you can do that you will start to notice some fat loss. Eating...

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How Football Players Should Lift Football is a very different game compared to soccer or lacrosse or basketball. It is very stop and go, unless you run a no huddle but even then, each play is usually a max effort play. That’s why it’s important to train correctly for your sport. You shouldn’t be doing sets of 12-15 reps with light weight as a football player. Football is all about being explosive and powerful, using your max effort on each play. Train that way. Lift heavier and focus on explosive lifts. Olympic lifts are very important like power clean and...

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Speed Ladder Routine  2 in each box high knee  2 in each box lateral (both sides) Ickey Shuffle (2 in 1 out) Little Ws (side of the ladder; 2 in 2 out) Side of the ladder foot chatter, tap leg in each box twice (Both sides) Hop 2 in and hop 2 out (down middle of the ladder) Run 2 in and Run 2 Out (same as above just followed speed)  If you want to gain weight, become more explosive, have higher energy in your workouts, and dominate check out the link below to see our new pre workout supplement....

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3 Ways To Gain  Weight  Have the correct diet. If you want to get bigger you have to eat bigger. You need to consume more protein and carbs. If you have a meal plan or someone who can make you one I would suggest getting on it. That will dramatically help your weight gain. You should try to consume about 1.5 grams of protein per pound of body weight and your diet should be 50% carbs when it comes to calorie intake.  Lift Correctly. Don’t cheat the weight, don’t lift light. Lift heavy but you need great form. Lifting heavy...

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How To Improve Your Bench and Squat Numbers In the gym bench and squat are the two most widely used tests of strength. For bench it is a test of how strong your upper body is and for squat it tests your lower body. How you can improve these numbers is by doing sets that are on the heavy side but you’re not sacrificing form. This will also help you improve your size. Sets like 5 sets of 5 reps or 3 sets of 3 reps and you work a higher percentage of your max will help your strength improve...

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