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The Training Lab is the knowledge hub for online Strength and Conditioning content. We have curated articles designed to empower coaches, personal trainers, and athletes to Be Your Best. This isn’t some fitness blog trying to sell you a cheap diet or a new magic pill. Our writers are sourced from the top minds in the strength training industry.

Whether you are a coach looking to expand your training tactics or an athlete looking for the best workouts. We cover a wide variety of topics including; weightlifting exercises, coaching techniques, athlete psychology, sports performance, and injury prevention. And much more. The Training Lab is a forum to share knowledge within a vast network of coaches and athletes around the globe.

Above all, we are here to bring performance to the people. We believe that sharing our content will connect Heroes who find joy in training.

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Keep Sports Performance Goals in Mind as a Strength Coach

Author: Darren Dillon No matter how much you love your job or which benchmarks you want to help your athletes achieve, two main goals must remain your focus to achieve optimal sports performance.

Undulating Periodization Strength Training Program

Author: Ryan Leibreich

Utilizing an undulating periodization programming method has drastically improved our athletes. This article will cover the main points for undulating periodization strength training.

Considerations for the Remote Athlete Training Program

Author: Bo Hickey

Over the past decade, training has taken me on one wild journey and has allowed me to see many different training environments. My journey has put me in situations that have challenged me to assist athletes who have all the resources imaginable and athletes who have their bodyweight and a small space on a ship. During this journey, I have worked with young, seasoned, limited, and gifted athletes.

Workout Recovery Tips with Christie Aschwanden

Author: Christie Aschwanden

In this revealing Q+A, science writer Christie Aschwanden – who was introduced to the TrainHeroic team by her good friend, Range author David Epstein – shares some insights from her bestselling book Good to Go that can help you recover better and live a healthier life.

5 Hip Mobility Exercises to Restore Function to Sore Hips

Author: TrainHeroic

Here are 5 hip mobility exercises I learned from my Waterman 2.0 co-author Dr. Kelly Starrett, co-founder of The Ready State. Put them into action (just a few minutes a day is all you’ll need to make change) and start sorting out your hips.

10 Cognitive Distortions In Athletics – Part 2

Author: Jim Afremow

Noticing these cognitive distortions, and making the necessary corrections is just as important as physically preparing for a game. In the previous post, we took aim at cognitive distortions one, two, and three. Now let’s tackle the next four on the list. This way you can boost your cognitive distortions game, even as you continue working on your physical qualities.

TrainHeroic Chat: Modern Messaging Right in the TrainHeroic app

Our vision is to create a World of Millions of Connected Heroes finding Joy in the Journey of Training. We chose the word “Connected” very intentionally. After all, coaching is about much more than programming. Coaching is connection. Coaching is motivation. It’s feedback. It’s providing the spark your athlete needs to stay motivated and on their path. We’re proud to announce our newest set of features to the TrainHeroic platform. We call it TH Chat.

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Considerations for the Remote Athlete Training Program

Author: Bo Hickey

Over the past decade, training has taken me on one wild journey and has allowed me to see many different training environments. My journey has put me in situations that have challenged me to assist athletes who have all the resources imaginable and athletes who have their bodyweight and a small space on a ship. During this journey, I have worked with young, seasoned, limited, and gifted athletes.

read more

Workout Recovery Tips with Christie Aschwanden

Author: Christie Aschwanden

In this revealing Q+A, science writer Christie Aschwanden – who was introduced to the TrainHeroic team by her good friend, Range author David Epstein – shares some insights from her bestselling book Good to Go that can help you recover better and live a healthier life.

read more

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