Core Work

Friday’s complete workout: putting training components in order

I don’t post the details of every workout I do on this blog because that would get very boring very quickly. However, Friday’s training session is a good example of how to incorporate different components of training into one workout session in a logical order so I’ll post it in full.

As I’ve mentioned, I’m able to devote about 2 hours per day 5-6 days per week to my training. This has to include all of my skill work in addition to my training and conditioning. For now I’m still trying to keep four days of lifting in an upper/lower [read more…]


Starting Plyos and Speed Work

Hallelujah it’s finally warm! Today I did some plyometric work and top speed training outside

From now until mid-May my primary focus will be on speed, agility, and plyometrics. This does not mean that I’ll be doing agility workouts every day. It means that I plan my other workouts so that I get optimal results from my speed, agility, plyometric workouts. In order to reap the benefits of speed and agility training, the work must be done while there is little residual fatigue from other workouts. This month is a perfect time for this type of training because I don’t [read more…]