Building A Larger Engine Using The Strength Aerobic Method​

Building A Larger Engine Using The Strength Aerobic Method​

The strength aerobic method was first written about by Yuri Verkhoshansky in his book Special Strength Training Manual for Coaches and recently popularized by Joel Jamieson via his book Ultimate MMA Conditioning. The strength aerobic method is used to induce type 1,...

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Training Tips: How to Improve Your Athlete’s Speed

Training Tips: How to Improve Your Athlete’s Speed

Thanks to the Internet, trainers who predominantly use foot ladders to increase “foot speed” are increasing. As a result, people are being exposed to and influenced by training that prioritizes rapid leg movements and fancy footwork over force production and moving...

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Acupuncture and Post Operative Care

Acupuncture and Post Operative Care

Surgery is a serious, painful business, even when successful, and managing your recovery can be as delicate and important as the procedure itself. Currently, the use of opioids is the most broadly accepted way to treat postoperative pain, but the benefits of these...

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Dry Needling and Acupuncture: What’s the Difference?​

Dry Needling and Acupuncture: What’s the Difference?​

If you are or have been a patient at Parabolic, chances are you have received dry needling or have seen one of our physical therapists utilize it as part of a patient treatment plan. Parabolic also offers acupuncture to promote a more well-rounded and holistic...

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A Rhythm to Coaching​

A Rhythm to Coaching​

Introducing new movements to clients can be tricky. There are many pitfalls a coach can run into that can leave both the coach and, more importantly, the client feeling unsuccessful and frustrated. The main issue coaches tend to have is “over-coaching” a new movement....

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How to “Hug” Your Clients​

How to “Hug” Your Clients​

I know what you may be thinking, “Is this guy actually about to tell me how to hug my clients? What does that have to do with training?” Don’t worry. This article is not actually about literally hugging your clients, but rather about showing them just how much you...

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6 Steps to Designing Big Power Programs​

6 Steps to Designing Big Power Programs​

One of the most important aspects of training that can be improved in the weight room is power, however all power is not created equal. There are different types of “power” that go by many different names amongst physical preparation coaches and sports scientists,...

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It Could Be Holding You Back!

It Could Be Holding You Back!

Whether you want to believe it or not, clutter is like a dark cloud that constantly follows us around. This persistent threat impedes our abilities to make strides toward fitness success. For some, this means losing weight, getting more sleep, increasing the amount of...

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